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Xandarella is a Trilobite like from the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang Fauna by Javier Herbozo

Xandarella is a Trilobite like from the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang Fauna by Javier Herbozo

Кабовердесский гигантский сцинк (Macroscincus coctei), о. Бранко и Разо (о-ва Зеленого Мыса). Исчез из-за разрушения мест обитания в результате сельскохозяйственной деятельности людей, а также неумеренного отлова ради употребления в пищу.

Original artwork from A Gap in Nature. Last Record: Distribution: Branco and Razo, Cape Verde Islands.

Finsch’s Duck. Chenonetta finschi. From the series: Extinct Birds of New Zealand. - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Finsch’s Duck. From the series: Extinct Birds of New Zealand. - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Prehistoric taxonomie | Titanichthys agassizi (“giant fish”)...

Titanichthys agassizi (meaning "giant fish" with dunkleosteus on the bottom)

Dakotaraptor steini.

So, my sister and I have moved and we set up almost everything, my scanner is up and running, I have a garage for my car (thank god) but we still dotn h.

Dave the juvenile #Sinornithosaurus by ~Dinomaniac

paleoillustration: “ aka Dave aka Juvenile Sinornithosaurus millenii, by Dinomaniac.

Hyaenodon is an extinct genus of mammals of the order of creodonts. Some species of this genus were among the largest terrestrial carnivorous mammals.   These predators were as big as a rhinoceros. Appeared in the late Eocene 41 million years ago.   It was the dominant predator of the time.

Hyaenodon ( 'hyena's tooth ") is an extinct genus of mammals of the order of creodonts. Some species of this genus were among the largest t.

Anomalocaridids (model pictured) grew a third longer and survived 30 million years longer than thought.  Christine Dell'Amore    National Geographic News    Published May 27, 2011    Fossils of a meter-long (3.3-foot) prehistoric ocean predator have been found in southeastern Morocco.       The specimens include the largest yet of its kind and suggests the spiny, somewhat shrimplike beasts dominated pre-dinosaur seas for millions of years longer than thought.

Cambrian Creatures Gallery: Photos of Primitive Sea Life The Cambrian also saw the rise of larger creatures, such as this ancient shrimplike creatures called anomalocaridids had long, which had spiny head limbs for catching prey

Prehistoric taxonomy | Kelenken guillermoi (indigenous Indian for a...

Kelenken guillermoi (indigenous Indian for a winged deity) Chordata/Aves/Cariamiformes/Phorusrhacidae

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