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Equus namadicus is a prehistoric equid, known from equid remains dating to the Pleistocene excavated in deposits of the Narmada river, in India. It is contemporary and possibly even identical to, Equus sivalensis.
- B.J. MacFadden, Fossil Horses, 1992
- J. Curke, A Roman Frontier Post and its People, The Fort of Newstead in the Parish of Melrose, Glasgow 1911 (appendix on animal remains )
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