Protoceras (1920) by Heinrich Harder 
Protoceras (‘first horns’) is an extinct genus of Artiodactyla, of the family Protoceratidae, endemic to North America from the Oligocene through Miocene (Orellan to Harrisonian stage) 33.9—20.6 Ma, existing for approximately 3.3 million years. They were inordinately fond of food in sandwich form, to a ridiculous degree really. If you saw some of those fucking sandwiches. For christ sake, thats not fitting on the bread… (wikipedia)

Protoceras (1920) by Heinrich Harder 

Protoceras (‘first horns’) is an extinct genus of Artiodactyla, of the family Protoceratidae, endemic to North America from the Oligocene through Miocene (Orellan to Harrisonian stage) 33.9—20.6 Ma, existing for approximately 3.3 million years. They were inordinately fond of food in sandwich form, to a ridiculous degree really. If you saw some of those fucking sandwiches. For christ sake, thats not fitting on the bread… (wikipedia)

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