Aepycamelus is the new name of Alticamelus, a prehistoric camel that lived from the middle through late Miocene. This giraffe-like early camel was about 10 ft (3 m) tall at the head; it had a small back hump and a short tail. It had very long legs, and small hooves on its two toes and broad pads. It probably moved in a manner similar to modern-day
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†Aepycamelus bradyi †Aepycamelus elrodi †Aepycamelus giraffinus †Aepycamelus latus †Aepycamelus major †Aepycamelus priscus †Aepycamelus proceras †Aepycamelus robustus Its name is derived from the Homeric Greek αἰπύς, "high and steep" and κάμελος - "camel"; thus, "high camel"; alticamelus in Latin. Aepycamelus wal...
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