Restoration by Charles R. Knight
|Range||United States (White River Fauna), Mongolia and China|
|Species|| †M. planifrons|
The Metamynodon is an extinct genus of amynodont perissodactyls, and is among the longest lived genera of amynodonts, having first appeared during the late Eocene, and becoming extinct during the early Miocene, when it was supplanted by the semiaquatic rhinoceros, Teleoceras. Its fossils have been discovered in the United States (White River Fauna), Mongolia and China.