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What is the largest land mammal that ever lived?

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Elephants, Mammoths, Mastodons (Proboscideans) The largest terrestrial mammals ever known weigh about 22 tons (24.3 short tons) and have a shoulder height of about 5.2 meters (17.1 feet). It was a proboscideans called proboscideans.

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