Artiodactyls

Artiodactyls are even-toed ungulates (hoofed mammals). This order of herbivorous (plant-eating) mammals includes cloven-hoofed animals with two hoofs on each foot (like pigs) and or four hoofs on each foot (like deer and cows). (Odd-toed ungulates are perissodactyls.)

The word artiodactyl comes from the Greek language, and means "even-number finger or toe."


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