Entelodontidae So-called giant pigs, which diverged from palaeodont stock in the Eocene. They flourished in the Oligocene but disappeared in the Miocene, probably as a result of displacement by the true pigs and peccaries. Although they grew to the size of bison, to judge from their long limbs they were fast runners.
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