Lisowicia was a huge, elephant-sized, late member of the dicynodont group of mammal-like reptiles that live alongside early dinosaurs in the Late Triassic era 210 and 205 million years ago. It could grow up to 4.5 meters in length. It as an herbivore that lived in what is now Poland, in a relatively flat riverside landscape with sparse vegetation. Unlike most dicynodonts all four limbs are positioned under the body. It had a beak and side tusks to aid in eating tough vegetation.