Temporal range: Early Eocene–early Oligocene
Titanohyrax is an extinct genus of large to very large hyrax from the Eocene and Oligocene. Specimens have been discovered in modern-day Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt. The genus was first described by Matsumoto in 1922. Some species, like T. ultimus, are estimated to be as large as rhinoceri.
- Court, N., Hartenberger, J. (1992). "A new Species of the Hyracoid Mammal Titanohyrax from the Eocene of Tunisia" (PDF). Palaeontology. 35 (2): 309–317.
- Fossils (Smithsonian Handbooks) by David Ward (Page 277)
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