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Unguligrade


Chital
A Chital is an Ungulate
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Unguligrade is a gait in which only the hooves touch the ground.



Common examples of ungulates are; horses, deer, sheep, goats, cattle, giraffes, hippopotamus, camels, rhinoceros, tapirs and antelope.



Associated Terms: Ungulate, Ungulates, Ungulata



Also see:
Plantigrade
Digitigrade

 


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