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- okapis have true ossicones (as opposed to horns or antlers). the base that a deer's antlers grow from is very similar to an ossicone. ossicones are similar
- ossicones, which are formed from ossified cartilage, covered in skin and fused to the skull at the parietal bones. being vascularized, the ossicones may
- short, hair-covered horns called ossicones, less than 15 cm (5.9 in) in length. females possess hair whorls, and ossicones are absent. okapis are primarily
- pliocene of eurasia and africa. samotherium had two ossicones on its head, and long legs. the ossicones usually pointed upward, and were curved backwards
- and had large ossicones resembling antlers. c. afric**** had ossicones resembling tall thorn-covered plant stems, while the ossicones of c. gentryi resembled
- lack of ossicones. it was also the smaller species, being a little under 2 m (6 ft 7 in) at the shoulders. p. germaini had a pair of ossicones, and in
- moschidae) have one of four types of cranial appendages: horns, antlers, ossicones, or pronghorns. true horns have a bone core that is covered in a permanent
- of large, leaf-shaped ossicones with a width of 35 centimetres (14 in), while the female had a set of slender, horn-like ossicones. the taxonomic status