|Environment||Any forests or plains|
Source: Bestiary 6, pg(s). 184
Deinotheriums are relatives of elephants with a far shorter temper than their docile cousins. Despite being herbivores, they can attack with little provocation, giving them a false reputation as predators. They are not particularly social animals, unlike their elephant kin, and generally live in families consisting of a calf and its parents; the mother will defend the calf even once it is grown, but the father will leave to find a new mate once the calf has matured. A deinotherium stands 12 feet tall at the shoulder, measures 25 feet from trunk to tail and weighs 30,000 pounds.
- Wikipedia:Deinotherium (extinct real-world animal)