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Paraceratherium was the largest ever rhino species (Credit: Stocktrek Images Inc./Alamy)

The story of rhinos and how they conquered the world

Cenozoic Earth - A Paraceratherium mother and child 30 million years ago during the Rupelian Stage of the Oligocene Epoch in northwest China;

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How many types of dinosaurs were there? Here's a list of the 15 main dinosaur types, ranging from ankylosaurs to tyrannosaurs.

Titanotylopus - large extinct members of the family Camelidae (Camelidae), lived in North America from the late Miocene to about the mid-Pleistocene (10.3 million - 850 thousand years ago). In the genus is known only species - T. nebraskensis.

Titanotylopus - large extinct members of the family Camelidae (Camelidae), lived in North America from the late Miocene to about the mid-Pleistocene Titanotylopus nebraskensis

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The Elephant Bird is a giant flightless bird from the island of Madagascar. Sadly, it was eliminated to extinction, centuries ago and it was the heaviest bird ever to have lived.

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Facts and information about the ancient fish Arandaspis and other prehistoric creatures.

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Nectocaris: Is a very primitive cephalopod, found in Burgess Shale, dating to the Middle Cambrian, about 500 million years ago. Had a flattened body and two long tentacles on his head that he used to pick up the food and bring it to his mouth. Had two large eyes that protruded from the head that allowed him to better detect the predators, since he could see in all directions. It had flaps on the sides that allowed it to move.

Nectocaris was a weird creature which might have been a cephalopod. The image on the left shows an earlier idea of Nectocaris, but now they .

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