Omomyidae

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The '''Omomyidae''' is a [[family]] of ancient Haplorhini [[primates]]. 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 [[primates]]. 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. Omomyidae were part of the (second) Great Mammal resurgence. Being one of two original primate families (the other being Adapids).

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