Daeodon was an entelodont – a group of prehistoric hoofed mammals that resembled pigs. In fact, Daeodon was once known as “Dinohyus” which means “Terrible Pig”. Daeodons had huge heads that could measure up to three feet long, and they were omnivores, which means they ate plants and other animals. They ranged across the United States between 20 and 30 million years ago.
- Size and Color: The Daeodon figure measures 5 ¼ inches long and 3 ¼ inches tall, or a little bigger than an index card. Its mane, hooves and tail tip are dark brown, and its color fades from brown above to a lighter brown below. Its chin is white, and its fearsome teeth are off-white in its open pink mouth.
- Scientific Name: Daeodon shoshonensis (Daeodon means “Dreadful Teeth”
- Characteristics: This Daeodon is posed in a running stance, showing off its intimidating teeth. The figure reproduces the unique features of Daeodon, including its distinctive protruding cheekbones and thin, long legs. It features a short mane similar to that of a warthog.
- The Daeodon is part of the Wild Safari® Prehistoric World collection.
- Non-toxic and BPA free
|Dimensions||5.25 x 1 x 3.25 in|