Figure 3 in Morphology and phylogenetic relationships of the earliest known hippopotamids (Cetartiodactyla, Hippopotamidae, Kenyapotaminae)

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Figure 3. Lower incisors and canine of Kenyapotaminae. A, Kenyapotamus ternani, KNM-TH 31008, right lower canine fragment (left, lingual view; middle, proximal view; right, labial view). B, Kenyapotamus coryndonae, KNM-NA 247, apical fragment of lower incisor (left, lateral view; right, proximal view). C, Kenyapotamus coryndonae, KNM-BN 1289, lower incisor fragment (lateral view). Localities: BN, Ngeringerowa; NA, Nakali; TH, Kipsaramon (Baringo Paleontological Research Project). Scale bars = 1 cm.
Date made availableOct 28 2010

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