Pachyderm

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Pachyderm or pachiderm may refer to one of the Pachydermata, an obsolete taxonomic order of mammals that was used by scientists in the 19th century but whose members are now distributed among several mammalian orders.

In common non-scientific usage, pachyderm may still refer to elephants, rhinoceroses, and hippopotamuses, which were chief members of the order Pachydermata.

Pachyderm may also refer to: