Teleoceras was a genus of grazing rhinoceroses that lived
in North America from the early Miocene epoch, until
the early Pliocene epoch, between about 20 million and 6 million years ago.
Although a rhinoceros (albeit with only a single small nasal horn),
Teleoceras had many hippopotamus-like features. It
had short legs and a barrel-like chest. Because of these hippopotamus-like
features, Teleoceras is widely believed to have been semi-aquatic.
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