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Mammuthus sungari

Songhua River Mammoth, the largest elephant that ever lived, with a modern elephant and human for size comparison

#Woolly #mammoth on verge of #resurrection...

Woolly mammoth on verge of resurrection, scientists reveal

Pleistocene American Mastodon

The Mammut americanum (American mastodon) became extinct around to years ago due to human-related activities or climate-change. A hybrid of human-related and climate-change has been proposed in recent years.

paleoart: “  New studies suggest the weird Platybelodon could have used its shovel-like lower teeth to eat tough plant matter, including tree bark. See more at Earth Archives. ”

New studies suggest the weird Platybelodon could have used its shovel-like lower teeth to eat tough plant matter, including tree bark by Julio Lacerda

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Arctoterium, Arctudus (North America), and Aglioterium (Late Miocene).

A Troodon, one of the small carnivores characteristic of Alberta dinosaurs, tries to catch a toothed bird (Jan Sovak)

A Troodon, one of the small carnivores characteristic of Alberta dinosaurs, tries to catch a toothed bird (Jan Sovak)

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