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Os primeiros exemplares do teleocrater foram descobertos na Tanzânia em 1933. Eles foram estudados por Alan J.Charig, no Museu de História Natural, na década de 50.

Os primeiros exemplares do teleocrater foram descobertos na Tanzânia em 1933. Eles foram estudados por Alan J.Charig, no Museu de História Natural, na década de 50.

Paraceratherium is an extinct genus of gigantic hornless rhinoc-eros-like mammals endemic to Eurasia & Asia during the Oligocene epoch. It is regarded as the largest land mammal known, w/the largest species having an estimated mean adult mass of 12 tons. It was a browsing herbivorous perissodactyl that stripped leaves from trees. Info: Wikipedia

Paraceratherium is an extinct genus of gigantic hornless rhinoc-eros-like mammals endemic to Eurasia & Asia during the Oligocene epoch. It is regarded as the largest land mammal known, w/the largest species having an estimated mean adult mass of 12 tons. It was a browsing herbivorous perissodactyl that stripped leaves from trees. Info: Wikipedia

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15 terríveis monstros pré-históricos

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Titanoboa cerrejonensis, a prehistoric snake found in Colombia‭ during the Selandian, a middle stage in the Paleocene geologic time period

Titanoboa cerrejonensis, a prehistoric snake found in Colombia‭ during the Selandian, a middle stage in the Paleocene geologic time period

Essa incrivel imagem mostra a comparação dos crânios de um Tiranossauro, Epinossauro e Carcarodontossauro. Em meio a magnetude da comparação entre gigantes, o minusculo crânio de um ser humano domina o que a muito tempo atras foram deles.

Essa incrivel imagem mostra a comparação dos crânios de um Tiranossauro, Epinossauro e Carcarodontossauro. Em meio a magnetude da comparação entre gigantes, o minusculo crânio de um ser humano domina o que a muito tempo atras foram deles.

Groups of Extinct Mammals

Groups of Extinct Mammals

Short-faced Bear (Arctodus simus) reproduction sculpture

Short-faced Bear (Arctodus simus) reproduction sculpture

Natural History Museum Signage | Part III on Behance

Natural History Museum Signage | Part III on Behance

Natural History Museum Signage | Part II on RISD Portfolios | illustration for Pleistocene epoch (Ice Age) by Beth Zaiken

Natural History Museum Signage | Part II on RISD Portfolios | illustration for Pleistocene epoch (Ice Age) by Beth Zaiken

Vitor Silva - Balaur

Vitor Silva - Balaur

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