The Last of the Siberian Unicorns: What Happened to the 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 2.6 million years ago, but the most recent fossils come from around 29,000 years ago.
Has climate change killed off Australia's white possum?
Australia's white possum could be the first creature to die out purely due to climate change. The rare and timid animals have not been seen for three years despite intensive searches.
Tumblr Artist, PaleoArt, Creates Beautiful Animal Evolution Series (22 Species)
Tumblr Artist, PaleoArt, Creates Beautiful Animal Evolution Series (22 Species) - World's largest collection of cat memes and other animals
Extinct Mammals of North America Poster Print
"All large land animals native to North America went extinct roughly ten-thousand year ago. There is a great debate as to why they went extinct, but generally it's believed to have various environmental disruptions. This poster print features fine art illustrations of some species of extinct mammals of North America Species featured: AMERICAN LION (Panthera leo atrox) ANCIENT BISON (Bison antiquus) COLUMBIA MAMMOTH (Mammuthus columbi) DIRE WOLF (Canis Dirus) HAGERMAN HORSE (Equus…
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Megalania | Dinopedia | Fandom
Megalania was a large monitor lizard that lived in Australia during the Pleistocene Epoch, about 2.5 million years ago. The massive reptile was about 23 feet (7 meters) long, the size of a Saltwater Crocodile, the largest reptile alive today, making it the largest lizard of its time. It also had a venomous bite just like its relative, the Komodo Dragon. 1 Feeding Habits 2 Extinction Theories 3 In the Media 4 Gallery Megalania would normally prey on on Australia's large marsupials, such as…
Scientists discover vast field of footprints from 8-million-year-old elephant herd
One of the largest paleontological finds in history has been discovered in the United Arab Emirates. Researchers working in the country's deserts have uncovered a massive tract of land riddled with the footprints of four-tusked titans called Stegotetrabelodon syrticus — the earliest known members of the elephant…