Eporeodon occidentalis

A black and white coloring page of two oreodonts (pig-like herbivores) grazing.
Oreodonts were a very successful group of browsing herbivores that lived in the forests. They had pig-like bodies with short legs and four hooved toes. Their large tusks were like modern pigs, but their teeth look like those of deer. Oreodonts are one of the most common fossils found here.

Last updated: December 15, 2017

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