Pedro H. Morais

Pedro H. Morais

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From Wikiwand: Morganucodon

From Wikiwand: Morganucodon

pleistocene megafauna direwolves - Google Search

I couldn& find an image with size comparisons of different Cenozoic animals, so I made one myself So in this chart you& find one average sized (male): Homo Sapiens (human) Indricotherium (Parace.

Ocher faunal assemblage by DiBgd

Sundyr Faunal Assemblage - transitional between Isheevo and Kotelnich. Described in from Mari El Republic in Russian Volga region. Very poorly known yet, terrestrial complex is mostly Dei.

prehistoric mammals

Thylacoleo hunting Procoptodon on the Australian bush, illustration by Mauricio Anton

Carpolestes. One of the earliest primate-like mammals appearing in the fossil record during the late Paleocene. Adapted for an arboreal habitat. One large, nail-tipped toe opposed other toes, allowing a firm grip on branches.

One of the earliest primate-like mammals appearing in the fossil record during the late Paleocene. One large, nail-tipped toe opposed other toes, allowing a firm grip on branches.

Anteater (Eurotamandua joresi) 47 Mio Years, Messel in Germany "Messel on Tour“ Exhibition in Europe

Ailuravus macrurus WEITZEL, a detailed reconstruction of a tropical-subtropical inhabitant from about 47 million years ago // from the Messel excavations and collections at Hessian State Museum in Darmstadt

Thylacosmilus atrox by *viergacht on deviantART | A South American sabertooth-lookalike, Thylacosmilus was in fact a marsupial - at roughly the size of a jaguar, one of the largest marsupial carnivores. | via Paleoillustration

Thylacosmilus atrox by Viergacht “Though Thylacosmilus is one of several predatory mammal genera typically called ”sabre-toothed cats“, it was not a felid but a sparassodont, a group closely related.