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Parahippus Miocene Horse Atlas Vertebrae


Parahippus Horse Atlas Vertebrae; Miocene, found North Florida


Parahippus (“near to horse”), is an extinct equid, a relative of modern horses, asses and zebras. It lived from 24 to 17 million years ago, during the Miocene epoch. It was very similar to Miohippus, but slightly larger, at around 1 metre (10 hands) tall, at the withers. Their fossils have been found in North America, primarily in the Great Plains region and Florida.


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