Woolly Mammoth at Arctic Polar Dome.

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A female Mastodon from the fabulous BBC documentary series Ice Age Giants, 2013

A female Mastodon from the fabulous BBC documentary series Ice Age Giants, 2013


A mother Barosaurus rears up defiantly to a challenging Allosaurus, as it protects its calf. This scene is beautifully recreated by the paleo-artist John Gurche.

Paraceratherium (mamífero perisodáctilo del Oligoceno-Mioceno de Asia, 25mA)

Paraceratherium was a gigantic hornless rhinoceros-like mammal endemic to Eurasia & Asia during the Oligocene epoch. It is regarded as the largest land mammal known - Prehistoric artwork.

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Ornithomimus by John Sibbick : Classification Règne Animalia Classe Reptilia Ordre Saurischia Sous-ordre Theropoda Famille † Ornithomimidae

therizinosaurus | Therizinosaurus cheloniformis


Inside 'Jurassic World': Here's the Freaky Real Dinosaur Indominus Rex Is Based On # creature animals

Diamantinasaurus was a herbivore. It lived in the Cretaceous period and inhabited Australia. Its length was 49-52 ft., & its mass was 33,000 – 44,000 lbs.

Diamantinasaurus is one of only a handful of sauropods so far discovered in Australia, but I hope there are more to come in time! Diamantinasaurus matildae by Herschel Hoffmeyer


Gomphotherium, meaning "welded beast", is an extinct genus of proboscidean which evolved in the early Miocene of North America from to million years ago, existing for about 10 million years.

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30 Awesome Artworks of Extinct Animals

Quick Glyptodon Facts: - Lived from the Pleistocene through the Modern Period - Lived in the swamps of South America and North America - Was as long as a Volkswagon Beetle - Weighed as much as a small car - Went extinct years ago