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End of the Megafauna - Giant Buffalo, Cape Quagga Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Wildlife Art, Stone Age Animals, Buffalo Animal, Historia Natural, Beast Creature, Extinct Animals

Giant Buffalo, Cape Quagga – Peter Schouten Wildlife Artist

Name: Giant Buffalo, Cape Quagga Species: Pelorovis antique, Equus quagga quagga Location: Africa Size of artwork: 595 x 950 (water colour and gouache on Arches paper) Price: $5,700 Code: MF3398 End of the Megafauna: Page 96

“For new of Doggerland (a landmass in what's now the North Sea) with some of its characteristic Pleistocene fauna: a (modern) walrus, mammoths, spotted hyenas, cave lions, swans and great auks. Painted for 'Ancient Seas' exhibition. Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, All About Animals, Animals And Pets, Gi Joe, Great Auk, Extinct Animals, Fauna

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Pleistocene fauna of Doggerland in what is now the North Sea by Mark Witton

Various mammal species that existed during the Paleocene and Eocene epochs. Began: Cretaceous-Tertiary mass extinction 65 million years ago Ended: million years ago. Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Wildlife Art, Prehistoric Timeline, Dinosaur Photo, Extinct Animals, Zoology, Fauna

Palaeocene epoch videos, news and facts

The Paleocene epoch was a time of dense forests and evolutionary experiments.

Prehistoric South American Ungulate Mammals are Relatives of Horses, Study Reveals Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Animal Riddles, Extinct Animals, Weird Creatures, Collie, Pet Birds, South America, Mammals

Prehistoric South American Ungulate Mammals are Relatives of Horses, Study Reveals | Paleontology | Sci-News.com

South American ungulates are actually related to mammals like horses, tapirs, rhinoceroses, rather than elephants as some paleontologists have believed.

Gigantopithecus blacki by Kaek on DeviantArt Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Borneo Orangutan, Science Fiction, Extinct Animals, Fauna, Creature Design, Fantasy Creatures, Animal Drawings

Gigantopithecus blacki by Kaek on DeviantArt

Gigantopithecus blacki Featured on BBC Wildlife Magazine, July 2016 Gigantopithecus blacki

Art illustration - Prehistoric mammals - Enaliarctos: is an extinct genus of pinniped mammals of the Short Faced Bear, Outdoor Garden Statues, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Creatures, Fauna, Fossils, Mammals, Lion Sculpture, Illustration Art

Art illustration - Prehistoric Mammals - Enaliarctos: is an extinct genus of mammals pinnipeds Enaliarctidae family that includes five species of pinnipeds old conocidas. Its fossils have been found in California and Oregon, and date from the Oligocene and Miocene (ca. 24-22 million years).

Archaeoindris fontoynontii is an extinct giant lemur and the largest primate native to Madagascar. It was about the size of a gorilla. Alien Concept Art, Creature Concept Art, Creature Design, Alien Creatures, Prehistoric Creatures, Beast Creature, Extinct Animals, Fauna, Monsters

Archaeoindris fontoynontii is an extinct giant lemur and the largest primate native to Madagascar. It was about the size of a gorilla. (Credit: haritonoff)

The extinct marsupial Thylacine, commonly known as the "marsupial wolf" or "Tasmanian tiger" hunted more like a cat than a dog, based on new research studying it's arm bones. It was a solitary hunter, unlike dogs or wolves, which hunt in packs. Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Animals, Tasmanian Tiger, Tasmanian Devil, Convergent Evolution, Like A Cat, Cryptozoology, Big Cats, New Zealand

Extinct Australian thylacine hunted like a big cat

The extinct Australian carnivore known as a thylacine was an ambush predator that could not outrun its prey over long distances, according to a new analysis.

Argentavis magnificens kleptoparasitism by Phillip M. Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Animals And Pets, Cute Animals, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Creatures, South America, Mammals, Illustration Art

Phillip Krzeminski

Phillip Krzeminski is a science illustrator, paleoartist, and museum preparator who has done work for the Yale-Peabody Museum, the Audubon Society, and others.