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Subhyracodon Canine Tooth
1478 Fd. Lusk, Wyoming, USA
Subhyracodon Tooth
1667 Fd. Lusk, Wyoming, USA 
Subhyracodon Thoraic Vertebra
1296 Fd. Lusk, Wyoming, USA
Missing center process but otherwise complete
Subhyracodon Tarsals or Carpals
1260 Fd. Lusk, Wyoming, USA
Subhyracodon Metatarsal or Metacarpal
1662 Fd. Lusk, Wyoming, USA 
Subhyracodon Toe Bones
1259 Fd. Lusk, Wyoming, USA  
Subhyracodon [5]
Restored from a skeleton in the American Museum from the White River beds
Subhyracodon Skull Drawing [3] 
Skull fd. middle stage, White River beds of the Badlands, South Dakota, USA
Subhyracodon Tooth Drawing [4]
Second upper molar left side
Subhyracodon Skeleton [2]
Caenopus Occidentalis of South Dakota, USA
From American Museum of Natural History
Subhyracodon [1]
Restoration of Skeleton below
From American Museum of Natural History
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[1] Osborn, Henry, The Age of Mammals in Europe, Asia and North America, (New York: The MacMillian Co., 1921), 196  
[2] Ibid., 196
[3] Scott, William, A History of Land Mammals in the Western Hemisphere, (New York: The MacMillian Co., 1913), 335 
[4] Ibid., 335
[5] Ibid., 256  
     Subhyracodon is an extinct cow-sized  rhinoceros.   Its name is  synonymous with Caenopus and Aceratherium genera.