Explore Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Animals, and more!

Explore related topics

Vancleavea campi, Late Triassic (228 – 203.6 Ma), Reptilia (archosauriform), Discovered by Long & Murry - 1995

Vancleavea campi (after paleontologist Philip van Cleave) Chordata/Reptilia/Archosauriformes Late Triassic - Ma) 4 ft in length and 10 lb Described in 1995 Location : New Mexico Diet : Probably fish

tigers of the world, including 3 now extinct

Just 100 years ago, there were 9 subspecies of tigers. Tdy 3 subspecies have already gone extinct; the Javan, Caspian and Balinese Tiger. There are as few as 3200 tigers left in the wild.

Animales

Meet the Horses of Cenozoic North America: Hypohippus lived in the woodlands of North America during Middle Miocene times (17-11 million years ago) It was about six feet long and 500 pounds It was large with relatively short legs with three-toed feet

Meet the Horses of Cenozoic North America

Strutting through the ancient western states of Colorado, Montana and Nebraska some 17 million to 11 million years ago, Hypohippus was a three-toed early equine. As its name "low horse" indicates, it was also not much bigger than a pony.

Imagem relacionada

rex vs Triceratops by on DeviantArt: Two models made for the Queensland University of Technology and Queensland Museum. These are the deep modifications of my old dinos. Textured by Andrey Atuchin.

Basilosaurus ("king lizard") is a genus of early whales that lived 40 to 34 million years ago in the late Eocene.The first fossil of B. cetoides was discovered in the United States and was initially believed to be some sort of reptile, hence the suffix -"saurus", but it was later found to be a marine mammal

Basilosaurus ("king lizard") is a genus of early whales that lived 40 to 34 million years ago in the late Eocene.The first fossil of B. cetoides was discovered in the United States and was initially believed to be some sort of reptile, hence the suffix -"saurus", but it was later found to be a marine mammal

Pinterest
Search