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South America, late Miocene to Pliocene, 5 mya: The wings of Argentavis magnificens (magnificent silver bird) eclipse the sky above a cat-like saber-tooth marsupial (Thylacosmilus atrox) and its prey.  Argentavis was the largest vulture in Earth’s history.   (Velizar Simeonovski | Facebook) Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Megalodon, Fossil Museum, Megafauna, America Do Norte, Paleo Art, Extinct Animals
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South America, late Miocene to Pliocene, 5 mya: The wings of Argentavis magnificens (magnificent silver bird) eclipse the sky above a cat-like saber-tooth marsupial (Thylacosmil... 
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