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tFamily Protocetidae Lower to upper Eocene; Europe, Africa, and possibly North
America. \ Family Dorudontidae Upper Eocene to lower Miocene; Europe, Africa,
North America. t Family Basilosauridae Upper Eocene to lower Oligocene; ...
The condylarths were abundant in Europe and North America, mainly during the
Paleocene (65,000,000 to ... Another group, the paleotheres or "native" European
horses, evolved as a specialized side branch, which died out in the Oligocene.
Mainly Oligocene; small European forms of uncertain relationships. ^Infraorder ...
Amphimerycidae. European Eocene and Oligocene of Europe; poorly known. ...
Upper Oligocene to upper Pliocene; North America, Europe. Asia, Africa.
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