|Named By:||Joseph Leidy in 1870|
|Time Period:||Late Eocene 38-33.9 Ma|
|Location:||Canada, Seskatchewan. USA, Colorado, Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming|
|Size:||Larger individuals up to 2.5 meters tall at the shoulder|
|Fossil(s):||Numerous individuals allowing for accurate reconstructions of the whole animal|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Mammalia | Perissodactyla | Brontotheriidae ||
|Also known as:||| Ateleodon | Brontops | Brontotherium | Haplacodon | Menodus peltoceras | Oreinotherium | Teleodus | Titanops | Titanotherium ramosum ||
Megacerops ("large-horned face", from mega- "large" + keras "horn" + ops "face") is an extinct genus of the prehistoric odd-toed ungulate (hoofed mammal) family Brontotheriidae, an extinct group of rhinoceros-like browsers related to horses. It was endemic to North America during the Late Eocene epoch (38-33.9 mya), existing for approximately 4.1 million years.