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Prehistoric tropical mammals found in British Columbia

This image shows the teeth (above and middle) and a side view of the lower jaw (below) of Heptodon, an ancient cousin to tapirs, found in early Eocene (52-million-year-old) rocks of northern British Columbia.
This image shows the teeth (above and middle) and a side view of the lower jaw (below) of Heptodon, an ancient cousin to tapirs, found in early Eocene (52-million-year-old) rocks of northern British Columbia.
Credit: Jaelyn J. Eberle, Natalia Rybczynski, and David R. Greenwood Usage Restrictions: None
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