Agriochoerus (Agriochoerus Leidy, 1850)
Expansion: Eocene - Oligocene of North America
Dimensions: 1,8 m in length, 60 cm in height, 50-80 kg of weight
A typical representative: Agriochoerus antiquus Leidy, 1850
Agriochoerus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivore of the family Agriochoeridae, endemic to North America. Agriochoerus and other agriochoerids possessed claws, which is rare within Artiodactyla.
Agriochoerus lived during the late Eocene and the Oligocene. It was medium-sized, the estimated body mass for Agriochoerus antiquus being about 85 kg.