Kalobatippus ('stilt walking horse') was a genus of Anchitheriinae Equid. It ate leaves and was characterized by unusually long legs. It lived 24 to 19 million years ago. It gets its name from the elongated bones between the ankle/wrist and the toes.
|Restoration of Kalobatippus from the late Oligocene of Oregon|
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