Wells & Gingerich 1983|
Pilgrimella, Anthracobunidae, Odd‑toed ungulate, Numidotherium, Daouitherium
Anthracobune ("coal mound") is an extinct genus of stem perissodactyl from the middle Eocene of the Upper Kuldana Formation of Kohat, Punjab, Pakistan.
The size of a small tapir, it lived in a marshy environment and fed on soft aquatic plants. It is the largest known anthracobunid. This group was formerly classified with proboscideans.