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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 ...
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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.
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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 ...
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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, ...
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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 ...
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American Zebra Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
epihippus - Florida Museum of Natural History. Epihippus. Epihippus · hipparion - Wikimedia Commons. Hipparion. Hipparion · hippidion -. Hippidion. Hippidion.
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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.
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Anchitherium – About.com Prehistoric Mammals
In fact, around 15 million years ago, Anchitherium was displaced from its North American habitat by better-adapted equines like Hipparion and Merychippus, ...
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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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Epihippus – About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Related Articles. Mesohippus Facts · Merychippus Facts · Orohippus Facts · How big should a stable or barn be? Hipparion Facts ...
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