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Bunodont, a term used to denote the molar teeth of the Suine section (Pigs and Hippopotamuses) of the Artiodactyla, grouped under the name Bunodonta (literally hill-toothed) by Kowalewsky. The molar teeth have a crown of four or five columns, forming low subcorneal tubercles. The remaining members of the order are called Selenodonta; and Selenodont is used to denote their molars, which have cresceritic ridges.