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What is the Boomerang-Head Amphibian?

What is a baby boomer-head salamander?

Baby Boomer-Heads had a normal salamander-oid shape, with a rounded snout lined with needle-sharp teeth ideal for snapping up worms on the bottom of ponds. Weirdness entered the growth cycle as Diplocaulus approached adolescence.

How big was the Boomerang-head?

The Boomerang-Head (my favorite nickname for the Diplocaulus ) was only of modest size – twenty pounds live weight would be an average adult. But since the first discovery in 1878, the extraordinary cranial design has flummoxed the best paleontological minds.

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