Dichobunidae A group, formerly classed as a family, of small, primitive, Eocene and early Oligocene artiodactyls. They show considerable variation, however, and more recently they have been regarded as a distinct artiodactyl group of subordinal status, the Palaeodonta. They were neither true swine nor true ruminants.
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