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Horse's "toebone"

Long pastern bone
Wild horse
Age: Pleistocene (80,000 - 40,000 years ago)
Location: North Sea

Horses' feet and hooves are actually an extreme adaptation of the middle toe. This bone equates to the proximal phalange: the bone between the top knuckle and the foot.

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