eohippus


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One interesting fossil exhibit traces 55 million years of horse evolution, starting with the tiny Eohippus.
The Eohippus was about the size of a fox and had four toes on its front feet and three on its hind feet.
The earliest ancestor of the present horse, Eohippus or Hyracotherium, was a small, primitive horse about the size of a fox.
Believe it or not, Big Bird remembers right back to the time of Eohippus, the Dawn Horse some 50 million years ago.
They were Eohippus, "dawn horse," the size of a small dog, with multiple clawed toes on their feet.