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Jan 19, 2016 | 5:53 PM EST
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forest
prehistoric
autumn
mammal

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A Megacerops coloradensis, one of the brontotheres, enjoys the tranquility of the North American autumn woods around 35 million years ago. Although they were distantly related to rhinoceroses as their appearance implies, they had an even closer evolutionary affinity with horses, so I wanted to give my Megacerops certain equine characteristics like a mane and zebra-like stripes.

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LukeMJonesLukeMJones

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Its really good what you have created here would look good in a book or animated film