The New Encyclopaedia Britannica
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1974 - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 934 pages
 Propaedia: outline of knowledge and guide to the Britannica.--- Micropaedia: ready reference and index.--- Macropaedia: knowledge in depth.
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The ulna (posterior forearm bone) and fibula (posterior bone of the lower leg)
have become reduced. The humerus, the upper bone of the foreleg, is large and
has a large protrusion, the greater trochanter, to which muscles are attached.
cutting edges of the lower canines being maintained by wear against the uppers.
Young camels retain the full complement of front teeth, with three incisors and
one canine in the upper and lower jaws; the upper incisors are extremely small.
They had somewhat piglike proportions, short faces, a large upper canine and a
caniniform first lower premolar, and selenodont molars. A close relative,
Agriochoerus, had clawed feet, the function of which remains uncertain.
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