This was done for the Creature Anatomy class with Terryl Whitlatch on Schoolism. After getting some feedback on it during THU last year, I touched up a few things. This assignment is meant to merge a Cetartiodactyla and a Perissodactyla. What the heck are those? It turns out horses, rhinos, and tapirs (Perissodactyla) are completely separate from pigs, deer, camels, oxes, all those other seemingly happily related 4-legged vegetarians (Cetartiodactyla ). Also, did you know sometimes a buck growing its horns in spring will take advantage of a fallen bird, and eat it for nutrients? Bambi! Did you do it???