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Eotitanops, illustration. This extinct prehistoric mammal is an example of a brontothere, animals related to both horses and rhinoceroses. Eotitanops was relatively small, reaching around 45 centimetres at the shoulders. It lived during the Early to Middle Eocene (56 to 40 million years ago). Its fossils are found in North America and Asia.
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