- Carnivorous Fossil Beast Lived Like a Civet
- It wasn't stuck on the ground, like the carnivorous “wolves with hooves” called mesonychids, but it wasn't as adept in the trees as some of its relatives like Prolimnocyon.
- New Mesonychid mammals found from lower Paleogene of Erlian Basin, Nei Mongol
- Paleontologists from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, recently collected some early Paleogene (Upper Paleocene through Middle Eocene) mesonychid specimens from the Huheboerhe area and ...
- Radagast's Racing Rhosgobel Rabbits: A Recreational Musher Looks at the
- Andy was part of the Mesonychid family, and had hooves (three, small, where the claws would be on a canine predator). Andy did not look a bit like a greyhound and was not, apparently, designed for speed (they may have been scavengers), though he would ...
- Getting a leg up on whale and dolphin evolution
- Traditionally, the origin of whales was linked to the mesonychids, an extinct group of carnivores that had singly-hoofed toes.
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