Indohyus!

What is it?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Eocene_mammals_of_Asia

'India's Pig:'

A few folks know about the extinct Indohyus.

It is a genus of the extinct digitigrade (walking or running on toes)artiodactyl(even-toed-hoofed animal) known from Eocene fossils in India 48 million years old.

The small deer-like creature lived in the Kashmir Himalayas about 48 to 49 million years ago.

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Retired Nurse Practitioner WHC /Contract Provider Deployment Military Services. US Citizen. Immigrant from South Africa 1978.

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Freda Savahl

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Retired Nurse Practitioner WHC /Contract Provider Deployment Military Services. US Citizen. Immigrant from South Africa 1978.

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