Explore Prehistoric Animals, Tree Houses, and more!

Dunkleosteus terrelli, Credit: Mark Westneat This prehistoric fish, Dunkleosteus terrelli, was big, mean, and it could bite a shark in two. Scientists say Dunkleosteus terrelli might have been "the first king of the beasts." The prehistoric fish was 33 feet long and weighed up to four tons. The creature lived 400 million years ago.

Dunkleosteus terrelli, Credit: Mark Westneat This prehistoric fish, Dunkleosteus terrelli, was big, mean, and it could bite a shark in two. Scientists say Dunkleosteus terrelli might have been "the first king of the beasts." The prehistoric fish was 33 feet long and weighed up to four tons. The creature lived 400 million years ago.

Emily Willoughby:  And here is my second illustration for DePalma et al's new giant Hell Creek dromaeosaur, Dakotaraptor, and the one I personally prefer. Early on in the process I suggested the team include a bit in...

Emily Willoughby: And here is my second illustration for DePalma et al's new giant Hell Creek dromaeosaur, Dakotaraptor, and the one I personally prefer. Early on in the process I suggested the team include a bit in.

Prehistoric isle

Shop Abstract Fantasy Artistic Island Jigsaw Puzzle created by Personalize it with photos & text or purchase as is!

Tyrannosaurus Rex

Caltech Scientists Devise Method To Measure Body Temperature of Extinct Animals ~ Ideas, Inventions And Innovations

Nix Draws Stuff : Photo

Two different interpretations of the same dinosaur. Also featuring a slightly mangled small pterosaur.

When Flightless Birds Ruled the Land: The “Terror” Birds of the ...

Reconstructions of some phorusrhacids compared to the extant Cariama. From: Living dinosaurs : the evolutionary history of modern birds’ edited by Gareth Dyke and Gary Kaiser.

Kali ini XO memaparkan 11 jenis haiwan yang telah pupus. XO rasa sedih dan rindu pada haiwan-haiwan ini. Mengapa mereka diancam kepupusan? S...

"The Irish Deer or Giant Deer was a species of Megaloceros and one of the largest deer that ever lived. Its range extended across Eurasia, from Ireland to east of Lake Baikal, during the Late Pleistocene.

A short animation showing the anatomy and biomechanics of the skull and thoraic region of Dunkleosteus terrelli.  Based on research by Philip S. L. Anderson and Mark W. Westneat (Anderson, P. S. L. and M. W. Westneat. 2007. Feeding mechanics and bite force modelling of the skull of Dunkleosteus terrelli, an ancient apex predator. Biology Letters. 3, 76–79.)  Skull modeled in ZBrush and Maya. Muscle placement, animation and rendering in Maya. The skull consists of about 30 sepereate bo…

A short animation showing the anatomy and biomechanics of the skull and thoraic region of Dunkleosteus terrelli. Based on research by Philip S.

Dunkleosteus

Digging out Dunkleosteus fossils. Scientists carefully excavate the partial skeleton of a giant prehistoric fish.

Prehistoric: Ichthyosaurs were fierce, fast-moving predators that hunted a diet of fish and squid-like animals

Found: The remains of an epic battle between two sea monsters 120million years ago

Extinct sea creatures that cruised the planet's oceans millions of years ago may have suffered from their own version of the bends.

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Scaumenacia curtia: is an extinct genus of prehistoric sarcopterygian, was a fish that lived during the Devonian period, approximately 400 million years ago.  this fish also had lungs to breathe, so it probably had to come to the surface often, to gulp air. The shape of the body of this fish means that it was probably a fast swimming hunter. The specimen was found in Canada. It is from the Devonian period (418 - 362 million years ago).

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Scaumenacia curtia: is an extinct genus of prehistoric sarcopterygian, was a fish that lived during the Devonian period, approximately 400 million years ago. this fish also had lungs to breathe, so it probably had to come to the surface often, to gulp air. The shape of the body of this fish means that it was probably a fast swimming hunter. The specimen was found in Canada. It is from the Devonian period (418 - 362 million years ago).

Pinterest
Search