Trigonias

Trigonias is an extinct genus of rhinoceros from the late Eocene (Chadronian) some 35 million years ago of North America (Prothero, 2005). It is the oldest rhino of which a well-preserved skeleton has been found. Trigonias was about 2.1 m (7 ft) long and, despite lacking horns, looked a lot like modern rhinos. Its front legs had five toes (as cont...
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Trigonias

(pronounced tri-GO-nee-us) Trigonias was one of the earliest rhinoceroses. It lived during the early Oligocene Epoch , about 35 million years ago. This large, plant-eating mammal was about 8 ft (2.5 m) long, had five-toed front feet, and had more teeth than modern-day rhinos. It did not have a snout horn, as modern-day rhinos do. Fossils have been ...
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