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Prehistoric World

Collection by Scott Pryde

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Design and Illustration for Pleistocene (Ice Age) specimens and fossils, natural history museum signage. Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Spinosaurus, Extinct Animals, Dinosaur Art, Mundo Animal, Weird Creatures, African Elephant

Natural History Museum Signage | Part I

Design and Illustration for Pleistocene (Ice Age) specimens and fossils, natural history museum signage.

Madagascar, 10 thousand years ago: An extinct Madagascar crowned eagle (Stephanoaetus mahery) attacks a subadult sloth lemur. The large bird of prey inhabited Madagascar until 1500 AD. Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Harpy Eagle, Bald Eagle, Largest Bird Of Prey, Eagle Art, Extinct Animals, Bird Pictures, Birds Of Prey

Exploring Madagascar’s Lost World (A Sorta Book Review)

Hey there every peoples! As I’m teetering on the raggedy edge, I have been trying everything to keep my mind off it. School, movies, just going out for a walk. It aint looking good. But one t…

End of the Megafauna – Peter Schouten Wildlife Artist Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Dinosaur Fossils, Extinct Animals, Evolution, Animal Wallpaper, Prehistory, Dinosaurs

End of the Megafauna – Peter Schouten Wildlife Artist

Illustrations from the End of the Megafauna, published by W.W. Norton & Company, New York are shown and available to license or purchase.

Ancient ‘otter bear’ that roamed the coasts of the Pacific Northwest about 20 million years ago may have had a feeding style like no other mammal, popping clams off rocks like a bottle opener / animaux / caniforme / préhistorique / kolponomos / aquatique Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Beast Creature, Extinct Animals, Creature Feature, Fauna, Otters, Pet Birds, Mammals

Ancient ‘otter bear’ may have popped clams off rocks like a bottle opener

Creature that roamed the coasts of the Pacific Northwest about 20 million years ago may have had a feeding style like no other mammal

One of the most unusual marine mammals of all time was Kolponomos, the “otter-bear”. Details of this enigmatic animal have remained quite a mystery for many Extinct Animals, Rare Animals, Animals And Pets, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Short Faced Bear, Cryptozoology, Ice Age, Prehistory

Killer bite of the otter-bear

One of the most unusual marine mammals of all time was Kolponomos, the “otter-bear”. Details of this enigmatic animal have remained quite a mystery for many years since its discovery. Now, scientists have finally figured out the secret behind the otter-bear’s deadly bite, and just how it managed to survive.

Hello, 2017 painting of sheathed-horn Arsinoitherium zitteli . Time to see if we can figure out what those horns were for, other than look. Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Beast Creature, Extinct Animals, Animal Skulls, Mammals, Artwork, Nature

Duelling Arsinoitherium. By Mark Witton.

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First mixed race (Neanderthal/Homo Sapiens) prehistoric teenager Prehistoric Period, Prehistoric Man, Art Rupestre, Genetics Traits, Anthropologie, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Ancient Mysteries, Prehistory

This ancient teenager is the first known person with parents of two different species

A new ancient DNA study reports the first known person to have had parents of two different species.

Velizar Simeonovski - Elephant Birds of Madagascar Extinct Birds, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Madagascar, Fauna, Fossils, Mammals, Reptiles

Humans were Hunting the Largest Bird in the World on Madagascar 10,500 Years Ago

Analysis of elephant bird bones, once the largest bird in the world, has revealed that humans arrived on the tropical island of Madagascar more than 6,000 years earlier than previously thought.