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Ankylosaurus

Ankylosaurus was the last and largestmember of the ankylosaurid dinosaur family. 1 Facts 2 In the Series 2.1 Walking with Dinosaurs 2.1.1 Death of a Dynasty 2.2 Walking with Beasts 2.3 Sea Monsters 3 Merchandise 4 Errors 5 Gallery 6 Behind the scenes Ankylosaurus likely defended itself by pressing itself into the ground. When carnivores attacked it would do that or use his clubbed tail to hit any predators. Ankylosaurus was the largest of its kind (and also the type genus). It was…

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Hybodus

Hybodus was a once wildly successful prehistoric shark that became extinct hundreds of millions of years after it first evolved. The genus first appeared in the Late Permian, then went extinct in the Early-Mid Cretaceous - from 260-90 Million Years Ago (and it may have lived beyond that, possibly dying out entirely in the K-T Extinction 65.5 Million Years Ago, though as yet 90 Million Years Ago is the date of the last known specimens) It was about 2.5 metres long, making it a modest shark in…

Arthropleura - A giant centipede like arthropod that lived during the Carbonifer. Arthropleura - A giant centipede like arthropod that lived during the Carbonifer. Arthropleura - A giant centipede like arthropod that lived during the Carbonifer. Prehistoric Insects, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, James And Giant Peach, Walking With Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Wallpaper, The Good Dinosaur, Extinct Animals, Dinosaur Fossils

Arthropleura

Arthropleura was a giant herbivorous arthropod. It grew to around 6 feet in length. The high oxygen level in the Carboniferous Period allowed this creature, and many other arthropods, to grow to very large sizes. Many fossilized footprints from Arthropleura can been found on the coast of Scotland. By current estimates, it is the largest known land invertebrate discovered to date. As such, and would have had few predators. Nigel first sees an Arthropleura standing on it's tail. Nigel tries to…

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Tyrannosaurus ("Tyrant Lizard King")

No introduction needed for the king of the dinosaurs. The tyrannosaurus Rex was one of the largest and the last of the terrestrial carnivores to roam on planet Earth at the end of the Cretaceous Period. To the eyes of a paleontologist, its the ultimate predator to science, but to the eyes of enthusiasts (children), it's the most fearsome monster to appear on the big screen. 1 Flesh on the Bones 1.1 AMNH 5027 1.2 Sue (FMNH PR2081) 2 Habitat 3 Senses 4 Feeding Habitats 5 Parental Care 6 Pop…

Deinotherium by Zdenek Weltall Erde MenschDeinotherium by Zdenek Weltall Erde Mensch Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Vida Animal, Especie Animal, Elephant Illustration, Dinosaur Art, Dinosaur Crafts, Extinct Animals

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"Prehistoric Animals," vintage book published 1956. Illustration by Zdenek Burian. This image is for educational purposes only. All rights remain with the original author(s).