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Temporal range: Ypresian – Holocene
|Several species of modern day odd-toed ungulates|
Perissodactyla is a family of odd-toed ungulates from Paleocene to today. It is a family of hoofed, herbivorous mammals. The Perissodactyls began as small browsing herbivores with Hyrax-like teeth, and they eventually evolved into some of the largest grazing mammals today. This family includes Palaeotheres, horses, rhinos, tapirs, Brontotheres, and Chalicotheres.