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Skull of earliest known horse found in Wyoming river basin

The complete skull of the earliest known horse has been found in Wyoming's Wind River Basin, part of a treasure-trove of fossils which scientists compares to finding an unknown Rembrandt. The site includes remains of animals never before known to science and will shed light on the dawn of modern-day creatures, discoverers from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History said Tuesday.

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