|Named By:||Gaudry in 1863|
|Time Period:||6.5-1.8 Ma Late Miocene to Early Pleistocene|
|Location:||Africa and Eurasia|
|Size:||About 2 meters high at the shoulder|
|Fossil(s):||Remains of multiple individuals|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Mammalia | Perissodactyla | Chalicotherioidea | Chalicotheriidae | Schizotheriinae ||
Ancylotherium (from Greek, meaning "hooked beast") is an extinct genus of the family Chalicotheriidae, subfamily Schizotheriinae, endemic to Europe, Asia, and Africa during the Late Miocene-Early Pleistocene (9.0--1.8 mya), existing for approximately 7.2 million years.