Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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The glyptodon is known to have been more than eleven feet in length, and his near-kinsman, the chlamydothere, was even larger.The Human Side of Animals
A primitive genus also appears to be Peltephilus, which is perhaps rather an Armadillo than a Glyptodon.
The descending process of the zygomatic arch is not so extraordinarily exaggerated as it is in Glyptodon.
Both feet are here four-toed, while in Glyptodon the hind-feet are five-toed and the fore-feet four-toed.
One would have thought from its size and strength that the Glyptodon had been built, like Rome, for eternity.Extinct Monsters
H. N. Hutchinson