Pristichampsus Attacking Early Horses Pristichampsus is an extinct crocodile relative that could grow up to 10 feet long. The armored reptile lived mostly on land, and fed on land mammals like these early horses.
Hyaenodon ("hyaena-toothed") is an extinct genus of Hyaenodonts, a group of carnivorous creodonts of the family Hyaenodontidae endemic to all continents except South America, Australia and Antarctica Wikipedia,
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.
Steppe Bison | Illustration from University of Maryland, Prehistoric steppe bison. | Became extinct in the Late Pleistocene; I often depicted in Cave Art, such as at the Cave of Altamira in Spain
Thylacoleo lives in the trees in ice age prehistoric australia. Main food source is the short faced kangaroo procoptodon. It's rare prey was diprotodon, rivals were humans megalania and saltwater crocodiles. Thylacoleo had a very strong crushing bite and used to attack the windpipes of enemies. The 3rd most powerful australian predator humans were scared of this dangerous monster.