Quaternary

The current and most recent of the three periods of the Cenozoic Era. Spans from 2.588 ± 0.005 million years ago to the present. The Quaternary Period is…
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Nine miles from the volcano the Maasai call the “Mountain of God,” researchers have cataloged a spectacularly rare find: an enormous set of well-preserved human footprints left in the mud between 5,000 and 19,000 years ago. Tanzania, Leste Da Africa, Nova Era, Ancient Humans, National Geographic Society, Active Volcano, Exploration, Prehistory, Paleontology
National Geographic
Nine miles from the volcano the Maasai call the “Mountain of God,” researchers have cataloged a spectacularly rare find: an enormous set of well-preserved human footprints left in the mud between 5,000 and 19,000 years ago.
Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History Paleobiology Department has a collection of ground sloth dung that is almost as "fresh" as the day it was deposited in an Arizona cave about 10,000 years ago, although it is in a "freeze-dried" state of preservation. Giant Sloth, Ground Sloth, Megafauna, Palaeontology, Dinosaur Fossils, Ancient Artifacts, Indian Artifacts, Ice Age, Minerals
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Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History Paleobiology Department has a collection of ground sloth dung that is almost as "fresh" as the day it was deposited in an Arizona cave about 10,000 years ago, although it is in a "freeze-dried" state of preservation.
Extinct elephant bird of Madagascar could live again Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Animals, Endangered Animals, Madagascar, Ruffled Feathers, Especie Animal, Bird Eggs, Creature Feature, Ornithology
Extinct elephant bird of Madagascar could live again
Extinct elephant bird of Madagascar could live again
10,000-year-old woolly rhino carcass discovered with fur, eyes and horns still intact - Europe - World - The Independent Baby Rhino, Paleo Art, Rhinoceros, Beautiful Creatures, Year Old, Mammals, Horns, Fur
10,000-year-old woolly rhino found with eye, horns and fur still intact
10,000-year-old woolly rhino carcass discovered with fur, eyes and horns still intact - Europe - World - The Independent
Scientists reveal prehistoric animal lived some 2,000 years after 'extinction' Baby Panda Bears, Baby Pandas, Irish Elk, Deer Species, Rocks And Fossils, Animal Skulls, Animal Skeletons
Scientists reveal prehistoric animal lived some 2,000 years after 'extinction'
Scientists reveal prehistoric animal lived some 2,000 years after 'extinction'
Large mammals of North American Pleistocene. Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Short Faced Bear, Smilodon, Early Humans, Wooly Mammoth
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Large mammals of North American Pleistocene.
Siberia,  mammoth tusk in the tundra Ivory Trade, Wooly Bully, L World, The Wooly
National Geographic
Siberia, mammoth tusk in the tundra
Woolly Rhinoceros Skeleton Model, Dinosaur Skeleton, Wunderkammer, Petroglyphs, Vertebrates, Skeletal
Woolly Rhinoceros
Cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) Cave Bear, Ursus, Natural Wonders, Prehistoric, Fossils, Dinosaurs, Civilization, Award Winning
Cave bear - Höhlenbär (Ursus spelaeus)
Cave bear (Ursus spelaeus)
The skull of an extremely rare giant dire wolf from the Rancho La Brea Formation, ex George Lee Collection Wolf Skull, Dire Wolf, Sabertooth, Skull And Bones, Creature Design
The skull of an extremely rare giant dire wolf from the Rancho La Brea Formation, ex George Lee Collection
An outstanding skeleton from a massive woolly rhinoceros dates to the Pleistocene Epoch of the Quaternary Period. Jurassic World, Jurassic Park, Dinosaur Art, Skulls For Sale, Sabertooth Tiger, Tiger Skull
An outstanding skeleton from a massive woolly rhinoceros dates to the Pleistocene Epoch of the Quaternary Period.
The 67-inch-long tiger skeleton represents a fearsome predator that once menaced the animal kingdom of South Dakota’s White River Badlands.
The 67-inch-long tiger skeleton represents a fearsome predator that once menaced the animal kingdom of South Dakota’s White River Badlands.