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Kelenken by Rolandi.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Kelenken by Rolandi.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Peter Schouten - The fauna of New Zealand in the early Holocene

Peter Schouten - The fauna of New Zealand in the early Holocene

Digital art. Eocene ecosystem. Tortoise, amphisbaenia, caviomorph, cichlid, fororraco, hoatzin, polypterus and protopterus Take a look at my new web site: emiliorolandi.com/

Digital art. Eocene ecosystem. Tortoise, amphisbaenia, caviomorph, cichlid, fororraco, hoatzin, polypterus and protopterus Take a look at my new web site: emiliorolandi.com/

Gastornis                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Epochs In World History Since The Extinction Of The Dinosaurs

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Blog do Pedro Hauck: A extinção da megafauna, por quê?

Blog do Pedro Hauck: A extinção da megafauna, por quê?

Gigantophitecus (primate hominoideo del Pleistoceno del Sureste de Asia, 1Ma) (Roman Yevseyev)

Gigantophitecus (primate hominoideo del Pleistoceno del Sureste de Asia, 1Ma) (Roman Yevseyev)

Thylacosmilus by AntoninJury.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Thylacosmilus by AntoninJury.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

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Delgado+Disney+Dinosaur+Art.jpg (1600×1241)

Birds of terror

Birds of terror

Reproduction of the skull of Livyathan melvillei, a cetacean that lived in the Miocene (13/12 million years ago).  Based on the size of the skull, the length of the Livyathan was estimated at between 13.5 and 17.5 meters (44-57 feet). The presence of a cavity for the spermaceti bag suggests that it looked like a sperm whale, but the teeth (35.6 cm long x 10.6 cm wide each - 14.5 x 4 inches) are those of a top predator, a sort of giant killer whale.

Reproduction of the skull of Livyathan melvillei, a cetacean that lived in the Miocene (13/12 million years ago). Based on the size of the skull, the length of the Livyathan was estimated at between 13.5 and 17.5 meters (44-57 feet). The presence of a cavity for the spermaceti bag suggests that it looked like a sperm whale, but the teeth (35.6 cm long x 10.6 cm wide each - 14.5 x 4 inches) are those of a top predator, a sort of giant killer whale.

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