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The Last of the Siberian Unicorns: What Happened to the Mammoth-Sized One-Horned Beasts of Legend?

Elasmotherium, also known as the Giant Rhinoceros or the Giant Siberian Unicorn, is an extinct species of rhino that lived in the Eurasian area in the Late Pliocene and Pleistocene eras. They have been documented from million years ago, but the most

Sir David Attenborough Lies Alongside a Giant Femur (Thigh Bone) Potentially the biggest terrestrial animal known to science.

Sir David Attenborough Lies Alongside a Giant Femur (Thigh Bone) of a Titanosaur. Potentially the biggest terrestrial animal known to science.

What you're looking at is a mummified bison from the Ice Age. It was frozen in solid soil and uncovered by gold miners who were artificially thawing out the surrounding Earth in 1979. There are claw and tooth marks in the mummy that have allowed scientists to finger the bison's killer: An American lion.

A mummified bison from the Ice Age, frozen in solid soil and uncovered by gold miners artificially thawing out the surrounding earth in Claw and tooth marks indicate the killer was an American lion.

Stunning: An archaeologist is seen working on the skeleton of the newly discovered wooden boat. The pharaohs believed that solar boats, buried close to them at death, would transport them in the afterlife

5,000-year-old wooden boat used by the pharaohs is discovered by French archaeologists

A series of photos from the 1915-era capture lumberjacks working among the redwoods in Humboldt County, California, when logging was at its peak. The photos are part of the Humboldt State University Library Special Collections, a series of pictures from northwest California from the 1880s through the 1920s by Swedish photographer A.W. Ericson.  This is another part of our history that makes me want to weep.  #America #myt

A series of photos from the capture lumberjacks working among the redwoods in Humboldt County, California, when tree logging was at its peak. The photos are part of the Humboldt State University Library Special Collections, a series of pictures f

The world scares me sometimes. Wow! imaginar a esos seres en la actualidad me asusta. Pero creo que algunos de los actuales humanos son de mayor temor =S

The world scares me sometimes.

Trilobite Tuesday returns! Gabriceraurus mifflinensis is about 465 million years old, found in the fossil-rich Ordovician rocks of Wisconsin. Note the pronounced genal and pygidial spines that emanate, respectively, from the trilobite’s head and tail. Scientists are divided as to the role these spines may have played in the trilobite’s life. Some believe they were used to help in maneuvering through primordial seas, while others say they may have been used as an aid in feeding or even…

Gabriceraurus mifflinensis is about 465 million years old, found in the fossil-rich Ordovician rocks of Wisconsin. Note the pronounced genal and pygidial spines.

Stenopterygius was physically similar to the better known Ichthyosaurus, but had a smaller skull and narrower flippers. Beautifully preserved fossils of Stenopterygius have been found in Germany.Its skull was extended into a kind of a beak and was armed with a quantity of large teeth. The limbs had been transformed to fin-like structures. The tail terminated in a large, semicircular, leathery, vertical caudal fin and even a triangular dorsal fin was present

Stenopterygius was physically similar to the better known Ichthyosaurus, but had a smaller skull and narrower flippers. Beautifully preserved fossils of Stenopterygius have been found in Germany.Its skull was extended into a kind of a beak and was armed w

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Trilobites,scientist say these were scavengers that lived in the sea beds of the ocean floor but they are found in the mountains all around the world,Proof of the Flood mentioned in the Bible

Native American bows and arrows are classic cultural icons that are perfect for rustic southwest style and western home decor. Any wall can be brightened and personalized with the addition of a Native American bow, quivers and Indian arrows. The bows and arrows are great as Indian art for wall hangings and look fabulous over a fireplace or in a family room.  See more at http://www.missiondelrey.com/native-american-bows-quivers/

Native American bows and arrows are classic cultural icons that are perfect for rustic southwest style and western home decor. Any wall can be brightened and personalized with the addition of a Native

Magnetic Ley Lines in America | Edgar Cayce’s Map, which is the map used by the UNITED STATES Navy ...

2012 Glorious Hope - Soli Deo Gloria: Maps of the Global Coastal Event and a possible future World

Ordovician phacopid trilobite Foulinia, is readily recognised by its bulbous glabella and bicorne like cephalon.

Foulonia sp Trilobites Order Phacopida, Family Cheiruridae Geological Time: Lower Ordovician Size: Trilobite is 70 mm long Fossil Site: Fezouata Formation, Zagora, Morocco

Turtle - Trionyx  Turtles are extremely rare in the Green River deposits.  The turtle pictured was a soft shell Trionyx, similar to but much larger than modern species.

Fossil turtles from the Green River Formation are extremely rare. The present specimen a Trionyx soft shelled turtle measures from head .

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In the spring of 2015 the Eocene aged Green River Formation near Kemmerer, Wyoming yielded another amazing fossil discovery. A fully articulated primitive horse ancestor, since nicknamed “Olive”.

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