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Andrewsarchus,

Andrewsarchus,

Dinosaur/Human size chart by Hyrotrioskjan (i love the way the dude is all like "hey there, dinosaur!")

Dinosaur/Human size chart by Hyrotrioskjan (i love the way the dude is all like "hey there, dinosaur!")

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Image result for dunkleosteus ark

Hexaprotodon sivalensis

10 Strange Prehistoric Animals

Hexaprotodon sivalensis

Onohippidium (Pleistocene, SouthAmerica). The hippidiform horses share synapomorphies with Pliohippus and they diversified in North America during the late Miocene prior to dispersal to South America before, or about, 2.5 myr ago, at the beginning of the Uquian (late Pliocene). Equus, which shares synapomorphies with North American Dinohippus, apparently was a later immigrant, first appearing in South America at the beginning of the Ensenadan (early Pleistocene), about 1.5 myr ago.

Onohippidium (Pleistocene, SouthAmerica). The hippidiform horses share synapomorphies with Pliohippus and they diversified in North America during the late Miocene prior to dispersal to South America before, or about, 2.5 myr ago, at the beginning of the Uquian (late Pliocene). Equus, which shares synapomorphies with North American Dinohippus, apparently was a later immigrant, first appearing in South America at the beginning of the Ensenadan (early Pleistocene), about 1.5 myr ago.

Huesos del cráneo y reconstrucción muscular y facial de Smilodon populator por Rodrigo-Vega. S. populator era un felino macairodóntido y posiblemente el mejor conocido de todos ellos. Además es el gato más grande conocido: su cabeza levantaba un metro y veinte centímetros del suelo.

Huesos del cráneo y reconstrucción muscular y facial de Smilodon populator por Rodrigo-Vega. S. populator era un felino macairodóntido y posiblemente el mejor conocido de todos ellos. Además es el gato más grande conocido: su cabeza levantaba un metro y veinte centímetros del suelo.

New Zealand's biggest bird, gone, extinct, history.

New Zealand's biggest bird, gone, extinct, history.

"A Visit to the Sage"    A marmot approaches an old and grey woolly rhinocerous.  It's winter, but an unusually warm one.  No snow has fallen, so the rhino rests in a bed of golden grass looking over a  dry vally ringed by evergreen covered hills.  Perhaps the marmot is confused by the lack of snow, and the warm weather is messing with his hibernation schedule.  So, he has gone to ask the oldest creature in the valley why the snow has not fallen.

Woolly Rhino And A Marmot

"A Visit to the Sage" A marmot approaches an old and grey woolly rhinocerous. It's winter, but an unusually warm one. No snow has fallen, so the rhino rests in a bed of golden grass looking over a dry vally ringed by evergreen covered hills. Perhaps the marmot is confused by the lack of snow, and the warm weather is messing with his hibernation schedule. So, he has gone to ask the oldest creature in the valley why the snow has not fallen.

Prehistoric Mammals Woolly Mammoths by Balcsika.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Prehistoric Mammals Woolly Mammoths by Balcsika.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Shadowcat! • Homotherium serum – Tempera and digital 2008 – Prehistoric Times magazine by Davide Bonadonna

Shadowcat! • Homotherium serum – Tempera and digital 2008 – Prehistoric Times magazine by Davide Bonadonna

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