Indricotherium probably lived in small family-grouped herds. These herds would have roamed through an open woodland environment, picking and browsing the tops of trees for food. Their immense size would have made them virtually inaccessible to predators. Hyaenodon and Dinictis were two predators of the time that may have posed a threat to the herd's young. But, except for newborn calves, they were probably altogether avoided by most predators.
18" L nose to rump and 10.5" H at shoulder
Oval wood base is 18 x 9"
Note: This resin kit ships dissembled and unpainted, and can be shipped to a professional buildup artist upon request.