Omomyidae

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The '''Omomyidae''' is a [[Family]] of ancient Haplorhini [[primate]]s. They ranged from 56-33 [[Ma]], or from the Early [[Eocene]] to Early [[Oligocene]], existing for 23 million years. They were Holarctic in distribution, being closer to Tarsiiformes than Simians.
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The '''Omomyidae''' is a [[Family]] of ancient Haplorhini [[Primate]]s. They ranged from 56-33 [[Ma]], or from the Early [[Eocene]] to Early [[Oligocene]], existing for 23 million years. They were Holarctic in distribution, being closer to Tarsiiformes than Simians.

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