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The moschops were a "calf-faced" genus of therapsid that lived about 260 million years ago. "We didn’t love each other, exactly," notes one female of the herd existence led by these massive herbivores, "but at night we all slept together in one big stupid pile." Introduced as the first offering in the "Highlights of the Permian Era" series, these droll and wistful scenes from the wild kingdom of moschops come to you from filmmaker and animator Jim Trainor along with his trademark sharpie, two-toned design, fervid imagination and dry wit. - Robert Avila


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