Friday 16 April 2021 by
Allohippus pamirensis was a large and robust species with a cranium resembling that of Khapry (ZIN 31078). The upper molars had unusually - for Allohippus - long protocones and the lower - unusually for Allohippus - shallow ectoflexids.
A larger skull with a longer muzzle belonging to a very old animal is also present in the collections.
A large but very slender species is represented by a few limb bones.
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