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A remarkable carnivorous genus, the Hyaenodon of Laizer, is represented by more than one species.
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The bones of several birds have been obtained from Hordwell, and the remains of quadrupeds of the genera Palaeotherium (Palaeotherium minus), Anoplotherium, Anthracotherium, Dichodon, Dichobune, Spalacodon, and Hyaenodon.
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With them a few carnivorous animals are associated, among which are the Hyaenodon dasyuroides, a species of dog, Canis Parisiensis, and a weasel, Cynodon Parisiensis.
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The stone caught the hyaenodon full upon the end of the nose, and sent him bowling over upon his back.
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Like demons they set upon the ape-things, and before them the hyaenodon, which had now regained its senses and its feet, fled howling with fright.
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Later I shot a hyaenodon with one of these, and though my arrow inflicted but a superficial flesh wound the beast crumpled in death almost immediately after he was hit.
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Examples of Hyaenodon

Example #1
The same genus has also been found in the Upper Eocene marls of Hordwell Cliff, Hampshire, just below the level of the Bembridge Limestone, and therefore a formation older than the Gypsum of Paris.
Example #2
A small species, also, of rodent, of the genus Titanomys of H. von Meyer, is common to the Lower Miocene of Mayence and the Limagne d'Auvergne, and there are many other points of agreement which the discordance of nomenclature tends to conceal.
Example #3
The latter offers, I believe, the oldest known example of a true carnivorous animal in the series of British fossils, although I attach very little theoretical importance to the fact, because herbivorous species are those most easily met with in a fossil state in all save cavern deposits.
Example #4
This same genus of fresh-water ganoids has also been met with in the Hempstead beds in the Isle of Wight.
Example #5
Of the Rodentia are found a squirrel; of the Cheiroptera, a bat; while the Marsupalia (an order now confined to America, Australia, and some contiguous islands) are represented by an opossum.
Example #6
In this formation the relics of about fifty species of quadrupeds, including the genera Palaeotherium (see Figure 174), Anoplotherium (see Figure 218), and others, have been found, all extinct, and nearly four-fifths of them belonging to the Perissodactyle or odd-toed division of the order Pachydermata, which now contains only four living genera, namely, rhinoceros, tapir, horse, and hyrax.