Restoration of Xiphodon from 1863
Xiphodontidae is an extinct family of even-toed ungulates (order Artiodactyla), endemic to Europe during the Eocene 40.4—33.9 Ma, existing for approximately 6.5 million years. They were, most likely, all terrestrial herbivores.
Xiphodon is an extinct genus of artiodactyl mammals found in the European Tertiary formations.It had slender legs, didactylous feet, and small canine teeth. Xiphodon was closely related to camels.
Dichodon Haplomeryx Paraxiphodon Xiphodon X. castrense X. gracilis