|Named By:||Joseph Leidy in 1871|
|Location:||Seemingly across northern Eurasia and North America with countries including England, France, Germany, Jamaica, Japan Spain, Switzerland and the USA|
|Size:||Up to about 1.5 meters long|
|Fossil(s):||Remains of well over 100 individuals|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Mammalia | Perissodactyla | Hyrachyidae ||
|Also known as:||| Chasmotherium | Colonoceras | Hyrachyus agrarius | Hyrachyus agrestis | Hyrachyus bairdianus | Hyrachyus crassidens | Hyrachyus hypostylus | Hyrachyus imperialis | Hyrachyus princeps | Ephyrachyus | Isectolophus modestus | Lophiodon affinis | Lophiodon bairdianus | Lophiodon modestus | Metahyrachyus ||
Hyrachyus (from Hyrax and Ancient Greek: us "pig") is an extinct genus of perissodactyl mammal that lived in Eocene Europe, North America, and Asia. Its remains have also been found in Jamaica. It is closely related to Lophiodon.