Fossil Teeth and Jaw Section Oreodont Merycoidodon Culbertsoni in Acrylic Collectors Box Oreodonts ,also known as " Ruminating Hogs" , had similarities to pigs, having both pig and sheep like features , but also being related to camelids.They are likely to have roamed plains and woodland, and were widespread through North America . They would have been quite heavy bodied with stout four toed hooves and a long tail.
Date: 30 to 35 Million years Old Oligocene
Provenance: Brule Formation White River Formation Pennington County. South Dakota
Size: The fossil measures 2.7 x 2.5 cm. The acrylic box measures 5.7 x 4 cm x 2.2 cm.
Condition: Three teeth in small section of original jaw code 5280
Fossil Teeth + Jaw Section Oreodont South Dakota in Acrylic Collectors Box
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