Hoofed animals

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October 25, 2021

Hoofed animals (also ungulates, Ungulata) are a polyphyletic group of mammals, including the orders of solipeds (equidae, rhinos, tapirs) and even-toed ungulates (eg camelids, pigs, hippopotamuses, vultures, etc.). The group was defined based on the presence of hooves. In addition to even-toed ungulates (Perissodactyla) and even-toed ungulates (Cetartiodactyla), octopuses (Proboscidea), damani (Hyracoidea), rakes (Tubulidentata) and sirens (Sirenia) were also sometimes referred to as ungulates.

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