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Hipparion - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Along with Hippidion and Merychippus, Hipparion was one of the most successful prehistoric horses of the Miocene epoch, evolving in North America about 20 ...
Hipparion Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
To the untrained eye, Hipparion would have appeared almost identical to modern horses, with the exception of the two vestigial toes surrounding its hooves.
Merychippus - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Paleontologists believe that all prehistoric horses after the late Miocene epoch, including Hipparion and Hippidion, evolved directly from Merychippus. (By the ...
Prehistoric Horses - The Story of Their Evolution
Chief among these were the similarly named Hipparion ("like a horse") and Hippidion ("like a pony"). Hipparion was the most successful horse of its day, ...
Hippidion - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Although prehistoric horses like Hipparion flourished in North America during the Eocene epoch, equines didn't make it down to South America until about two ...
Prehistoric Horse Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
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Paleontology (Dinosaurs): Horses, extinction of the ... - AllExperts
Oct 11, 2001 ... One, called Hipparion, spread from North America into Europe, Asia and Africa, where they existed until a mere million years ago or so.
The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Florida
The most notable horses of the Sunshine State were the tiny (only about 75 pounds) Mesohippus and the much bigger Hipparion, which weighed about a ...
Hippidion Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
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Prehistoric Mammals A to Z - Dinosaurs - About.com
Profiles of the early, prehistoric mammals that coexisted with the dinosaurs, as well as the saber-toothed cats, woolly mammoths, giant sloths, and other ...
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