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Early Prehistoric Animal and Dinosaur Pictures - Brontornis

Tylosaurus - Early Prehistoric Animal and Dinosaur Pictures

Prehistoric Original color lithograph of Animals print Natural history decorative art 1900 extinct animal

Archeopteryx - Early Images of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals for Schools, Crafts, Teachers, Parents and Children

Archeopteryx by H. Tischler from Das Weltall 1906 Germany

Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs: Port Lympne's Dinosaur Forest

Port Lympne (pronounced like 'limb') is a wildlife park in Kent, not too far from Hythe, which along with Howletts zoo (nearer Canterbury) i.

Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins and his New York City Paleozoic Museum | Megalosaurus.   Megalosaurus was the first dinosaur skeleton discovered!   I think this early portrayal looks rather mammalian.

Reconstruction d'un Megalosaurus et d'un Pterodactylus. Source : Illustrated Natural History of the animal Kingdom, New York : Derby and Jackson, Auteur : Samuel Griswold Goodrich,

Deinotherium was not a weird elephant.  By Mark Witton.  Exclusive access to printable paleoart and Mark's explanatory essay on this reconstruction available from $1 at Patreon:      https://www.patreon.com/posts/14795637

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Sabertooth tigers were native to North and South America and lived from about 9 million years ago and went extinct in the last ice age, about 10,000 years ago. The cause of their extinction was most likely climate/terrain change & hunting by humans. As their prey became extinct, they lost their primary source of food (larger animals). Their heavy bodies made chasing smaller prey difficult. Prehistoric humans had reached North America and might have hunted the sabertooths as well as their…

Sabertooth tigers were native to North and South America and lived from about 9 million years ago and went extinct in the last ice age, about 10,000 years ago. The cause of their extinction was most likely climate/terrain change & hunting by humans. As their prey became extinct, they lost their primary source of food (larger animals). Their heavy bodies made chasing smaller prey difficult. Prehistoric humans had reached North America and might have hunted the sabertooths as well as their…

Elasmotherium reconstruction - a type of prehistoric rhino, which went extinct only 50, 000 years ago.

Elasmotherium and the mysterious case of the massive horn

Elasmotherium reconstruction - a type of prehistoric rhino, which went extinct only 000 years ago.

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