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Macrauchenia was an early hoofed mammal with a long neck; it may have had a long trunk. This quadruped lived during the Pleistocene. Fossils of Macrauchenia have been found in Argentina, South America.

Anatomy: Macrauchenia was 10 feet ( 3 m) long; it had a small head, long legs, three-toed rhino-like feet, and nostrils located between the eyes (that probably extended through the trunk).

Diet: Macrauchenia was an herbivore (a plant-eater) that had high-crowned cheek teeth.

Classification: Class Mammalia (mammals), Order Litopterna (horse-like and camel-like mammals), Family Macraucheniidae.

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