Eucladoceros (Eucladoceros dicranios Filippo Nesti 1841)
Temporal range: Early Pleistocene, Late Villafranchian (Europe)
Dimensions: length - 2.5 m, height - 150 сm, antlers - 1.7 m, weight - 300 kg.
A typical representative: Eucladoceros dicranios
Eucladoceros or bush-antlered deer was a large deer from Pliocene to Pleistocene Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia. Eucladoceros reached 2.5 metres in body length and standing about 1.8 metres tall at the shoulder, only slightly smaller than a modern moose. Eucladoceros was the first deer genus to have highly evolved antlers. It had a spectacular set of antlers which split into twelve tines per pedicle, and were up to 1.7 metres wide.