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David Arruda - Cearadactylus.

David Arruda - Cearadactylus.

Akhlut (Maiacetus Inuus)

Akhlut (Maiacetus Inuus)

Video: La ballena pasa de cuatro patas a cero en 40 millones de años - RT

Video: La ballena pasa de cuatro patas a cero en 40 millones de años - RT

extinct whale-csotonyi

extinct whale-csotonyi

Odontochelys - The oldest turtle fossils, they only have the bottom part of the shell.  There is debate as to whether they had not yet evolved the top shell, or if they were descended from even older turtles that lived on land, and lost it when moving to the water, like the modern Leatherback.

Odontochelys - The oldest turtle fossils, they only have the bottom part of the shell. There is debate as to whether they had not yet evolved the top shell, or if they were descended from even older turtles that lived on land, and lost it when moving to the water, like the modern Leatherback.

Chendytes lawi was a goose-sized flightless sea duck, once common on the California coast, California Channel Islands, and possibly southern Oregon. It lived in the Pleistocene and survived into the Holocene. pictured here with  Oncorhynchus rastrosus also known as the sabertooth salmon

Chendytes lawi was a goose-sized flightless sea duck, once common on the California coast, California Channel Islands, and possibly southern Oregon. It lived in the Pleistocene and survived into the Holocene. pictured here with Oncorhynchus rastrosus also known as the sabertooth salmon

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — For decades, fossil hunters combing the soil near a creek in north-central Illinois have been rewarded with the preserved remnants of a prehistoric creature, its wide-set eyes on stalks and a long, arm-like appendage extending from below them with a pincer-like mouth.There was no doubt that the Tully monster, Illinois' official state fossil, was "very, very bizarre," said Scott Lidgard, a paleontologist...

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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — For decades, fossil hunters combing the soil near a creek in north-central Illinois have been rewarded with the preserved remnants of a prehistoric creature, its wide-set eyes on stalks and a long, arm-like appendage extending from below them with a pincer-like mouth.There was no doubt that the Tully monster, Illinois' official state fossil, was "very, very bizarre," said Scott Lidgard, a paleontologist...

Qianzhousaurus sinensis by Gabriel N. Uguet -     "The sporty model or the Ferrari of Tyrannosaurids, there is something really appealing about the streamlined, long-snouted tyrannosaurids of Asia (Qianzhousaurus and Alioramus)."

Qianzhousaurus sinensis by Gabriel N. Uguet - "The sporty model or the Ferrari of Tyrannosaurids, there is something really appealing about the streamlined, long-snouted tyrannosaurids of Asia (Qianzhousaurus and Alioramus)."

What can I say? Prehistoric mammals are pretty frickin awesome too! And who would mess with a 26+ pound rabbit?

Repost: Night of the Nuralagus rex

What can I say? Prehistoric mammals are pretty frickin awesome too! And who would mess with a 26+ pound rabbit?

Yamatocetus canaliculatus by NTamura.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Yamatocetus canaliculatus by NTamura.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

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