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.
"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.
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).