PERISSODACTYLA

Monaco 1970Japan 1983Yemen 1990Poland 1966
Basque Horse
Equus caballus
(Equidae)
Thoroughbred
Equus caballus
(Equidae)
Protembolotherium
Protembolotherium
(Brontotheriidae)
Brontotherium
Brontotherium
(Brontotheriidae)
Russian Federation 1990Bulgaria 1988India 1962Russian Federation 1990
Indricotherium
Indricotherium
(Rhinocerotidae)
White Rhinoceros
Ceratotherium simum
(Rhinocerotidae)
Indian Rhinoceros
Rhinoceros unicornis
(Rhinocerotidae)
Chalicotherium
Chalicotherium
(Chalicotheriidae)


Botswana 2007Ireland 1986Botswana 2007
COPPER-NICKEL-ZINCNICKEL-BRONZECOPPER-NICKEL-ZINC
Zebra
Equus burchelli bohmi
(Equidae)
(PERISSODACTYLA)
Irish Hunter
Equus caballus
(Equidae)
(PERISSODACTYLA)
Black Rhinoceros
Diceros bicornis
(Rhinocerotidae)
(PERISSODACTYLA)

Misaki Horse
Equus caballus
(Equidae)
(PERISSODACTYLA)
Quagga
Equus quagga
(Equidae)
(PERISSODACTYLA)
Brontotherium
Brontotherium
(Brontotheriidae)
(PERISSODACTYLA)
Malayan Tapir
Tapirus indicus
(Tapiridae)
(PERISSODACTYLA)
Black Rhinoceros
Diceros bicornis
(Rhinocerotidae)
(PERISSODACTYLA)
Indian Rhinoceros
Rhinoceros unicornis
(Rhinocerotidae)
(PERISSODACTYLA)


Perissodactyla is the grazing beast which repeated evolution for eating plant when runs. It evolves in the form that the weight suffers from the third finger of the foot in finger line characteristics walking at a finger-tip, and opened a finger, and a hallux and the fifth finger degenerate and disappear. The nail becomes the hoof which did hemicycle (a horseshoe shape).
The Grant zebra makes a crowd at two or more length 2.4m in the African grassy plain zone and lives, and there is the thing that the number sometimes becomes 100. The stripe of the zebra seems to be easy to be outstanding at a glance very much, but plays a role as a kind of protective coloration not to be able to readily discover it locally. The run speed of the zebra is called 64km an hour, but tends to become the bait of the lion with gnu.

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