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Species in this genus lived from about 32-25 million years ago.
appears to be the evolutionary link between the old forest-dwelling horses and the modern plains-dwelling grazers.
Paralleling the biological evolution of early humans was the development of cultural technologies that allowed them to become increasingly successful at acquiring food and surviving predators.
The evidence for this evolution in culture can be seen especially in three innovations:2.5 million years ago.
Although it has low-crowned teeth, we see the beginnings of the characteristic horse-like ridges on the molars.
Until Miohippus, there were few side branches, but the descendants of Miohippus were numerous and distinct. Fossils of Miohippus are found at many Oligocene localities in the Great Plains, the western US and a few places in Florida.As a result every cavemen hunting group of 8 had one bald member, and thus thousands of years later 1 in 8 men experience early on set of baldness.Males tend to lose their hair because it was never in their Top Ten Attributes.In addition, it is unlikely that the earliest humans were aggressive hunters.They most likely were primarily vegetarians who occasionally ate meat that was mostly scavenged from the leftovers of kills abandoned by lions, leopards, and other large predators.