How to Pronounce Poephaga?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Poephaga" is [pə͡ʊfˈɑːɡə], [pə‍ʊfˈɑːɡə], [p_əʊ_f_ˈɑː_ɡ_ə].

What are the misspellings for Poephaga?

  • ooephaga,
  • loephaga,
  • -oephaga,
  • 0oephaga,
  • piephaga,
  • pkephaga,
  • plephaga,
  • ppephaga,
  • p0ephaga,
  • p9ephaga,
  • powphaga,
  • poelhaga,
  • poeplhaga,
  • poepahga,
  • poephhaga,
  • Poeplaga,
  • Poefhaga,
  • Poeffaga,
  • Poffhaga,
  • Poepahaga

"Poephaga" in context

Poephaga is a small, ancient mammal that lived in South America during the Paleogene period, which lasted from 66-23 million years ago. It is believed to have been related to the modern armadillo, as it had a recognizable armored shell from which its name is derived from (Poephaga is Greek for "shield carrier"). The shell provided the creature with protection from predators, and its large claws enabled it to dig for food such as insects, worms, and other small invertebrate animals.

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