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Encyclopedia > Equus (genus)

Plains Zebras
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Perissodactyla
Family: Equidae
Genus: Equus

E. asinus - Donkey
E. caballus - Domestic Horse
E. grevyi - Grevy's Zebra
E. hemionus - Onager
E. przewalskii - Przewalski's Horse
E. quagga - Plains Zebra
E. zebra - Mountain Zebra

Equidae is the family of horse-like animals, order Perissodactyla.

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Equidae Equus Horses are members of the family Equidae, which is one of three families in the order Perissodactyla.
There are seven equine species in the genus Equus, including Equus Equus caballus, the domestic horse.
Each equine is genetically very similar all other members of the genus.
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Equus caballus has, on average, the heaviest body build, the widest and deepest head, and the heaviest limbs of any of the six to eight living and one recently extinct (E.
Equus, a monophyletic taxon, is derived from the late Miocene Dinohippus (Quinn, 1957).
The long facial skull and the large teeth of Equus are correlated with a great increase in volume, during the later Tertiary period, of the anterior pituitary lobe.
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