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English: The painting of Mesohippus, a horse-ancestor lived in the Eocene and Oligocene, was made to illustrate one card of a set of 30 collector cards from "Tiere der Urwelt" (Animals of the Prehistoric World). From the Series III.
Deutsch: Das Gemälde von Mesohippus, einem Pferde-Vorfahr, der im Eozän und Oligozän lebte, wurde zur Illustration einer Karte aus einem Set von 30 Sammelkarten mit dem Titel „Tiere der Urwelt“ angefertigt. Aus der Serie III.
Magyar: Meshippus, azaz "félló" őslovak, eocén-oligocén.
Português: Mesohippus, um antecessor do cavalo moderno.
Date Probably around 1920
Source The Wonderful Paleo Art of Heinrich Harder
Author Heinrich Harder (1858-1935)
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