Perissodactyl Mammal with Horn on Nose?

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The mammals called perissodactyls have one or two horns on their nose and are placental herbivorous mammals having hooves with an odd number of toes on each foot. Perissodactyls are divided into 2 suborders, 3 families, and about 15 species, including: suborder ceratomorpha which has the rhinoceros family and suborder hippomorpha which bears the horses, zebras and asses family.
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The perissodactyl mammals have either one or two horns on their nose. They are placental herbivorous mammals having hooves with an odd number of toes on each foot. Perissodactyls are divided into 2 suborders, 3 families, and about 15 species, including: suborder ceratomorpha which has the rhinoceros family and suborder hippomorpha which bears the horses, zebras and asses family.
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