Horse

Early Miocene Horse Fossils

Parahippus, Archaeohippus

The horse fossils from this time period are very different from the Pleistocene horse we are accustomed to. These tiny horses had 3 toes, were browsers (not grazers) and seemed to be the favorite meal of the Amphicyons and Boraphagines. Quite a few bitten horse bones can attest to that. Parahippus averaged about 160 pounds and Archaeohippus about 95.



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Rare Anchitherium Three Toed Horse Leg with Hoof

Rare Anchitherium Three Toed Horse Leg with Hoof

Very rare, exquisitely preserved hoof and leg bones. Also includes one of the sesamoids that fits behind the hoof. The hoof exhibits every minute...
$475.00

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Rare Archaeohippus Jaw

Rare Archaeohippus Jaw

Very nice jaw section of a tiny horse that is only know from a few sites in Florida. Includes the display case.
$90.00

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