Evolution by FelineFire.deviantart.com

There are many big cats associated with the Frontier and a surprising number with large, sharp teeth.

Depictions of prehistoric animals by Dutch brothers Alfons and Adrie Kennis. Beautiful textures, shapes, backgrounds.

Prehistory - Dutch artists Alfons and Adrie Kennis are twin brothers who work professionally under the studio name of Kennis & Kennis.

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The giant beaver lived in what is now north america and was a large rodent mammal megafauna that existed during the ice age. building huge dams to survive it and its community lived in local rivers but could fight back with its incisors

Hell Pig | Natural History Museum Signage | Courtesy of artist Beth Zaiken (linked) Pin brought to you by: https://CoolScienceArt.com

Meet the monsters that once roamed North America, including the hell pig, the terror bird, and the short-faced bear. These infographics were created by Beth Zaiken as signages for the Natural History Museum.

Dinosaur Art: The World's Greatest Paleoart: Raul Martin, John Sibbick, Douglas Henderson, Mauricio Antón.

Dinosaur Art: The World's Greatest Paleoart: Raul Martin, John Sibbick, Douglas Henderson, Mauricio Antón.

다음 @Behance 프로젝트 확인: “Natural History Museum Signage | Part II” https://www.behance.net/gallery/34942013/Natural-History-Museum-Signage-Part-II

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

Dakosaurus: The Theropod-Headed Sea-Croc. | Size: 15 feet (4.5 meters). | Time Period: The Late Kimmeridgian to Early Berrasian Stages of the Late Jurassic to Earliest Cretaceous. | Locale: Fossils referable to Dakosaurus have been found in England, France, Germany, Poland, Argentina, Mexico, Switzerland, and Russia.

Dakosaurus: The Theropod-Headed Sea-Croc. - 15 ft, Late Jurassic to Earliest Cretaceous. Fossils referable to Dakosaurus have been found in England, France/Germany/Poland/Russia /Argentina, Mexico, Switzerland

Hmmm, I can't decide between velociraptor and nyctosaurus. Protection for my family, or cuddly indoor flyer?

Hmmm, I can't decide between velociraptor and nyctosaurus. Protection for my family, or cuddly indoor flyer? <<< I'd choose they nyctosaurus

Smilodon attacking a giant ground sloth

Smilodon attacking a giant ground sloth at the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits by Dallas Krentzel

Cerapoda by IsisMasshiro.deviantart.com on @deviantART "Fun fact the Pachychephalosaurus has the second longest name of the dinosaurs. First, is it's cousin, the Micropachychephalosaurus. (-vivian)"

Prenocephale prenes, Pachycephalus wyomingensis and Protoceratops andrewsi

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