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BITE MARKS ON MIOCENE HORSE BONE

Harry Pristis
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This is a calcaneum/astragalus articulation from an Early Miocene three-toed horse, Parahippus sp. Notice the extensive bite marks from (probably) a bear dog, Family Amphicyonidae. These are weight-bearing, very-dense ankle bones from the little horse.

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