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Deceased mermaid supposedly found along the beach of Kilauea Falls, Hawaii. Unfortunately she already passed away.  This is more than likely just an elaborate hoax, but the amount of detail is amazing.

Mind-blowing Mermaid found at the beach of Hawaii and Egypt A Mermaid is found along a beach of Kilauea Falls, Hawaii. Unfortunately she already passed away.

A mount of the Triassic Rauisuchian Archosaur, Postosuchus. These animals were distinct from the dinosaurs, and were actually closer related to crocodiles.

Volcanic activity caused mass extinction before dinosaurs arrived, new study finds

Descubierto en Alemania el fósil más antiguo de vertebrados inmortalizados en pleno emparejamiento

Dos tortugas practican sexo durante 47 millones de años seguidos

Ancient Turtles Died Copulating Nine fossilized turtle couples preserved over the millennia died in the act of mating. keep reading

Natural History Museum Signage | Part I on RISD Portfolios

Design and Illustration for Pleistocene (Ice Age) specimens and fossils, natural history museum signage.

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Design and Illustration for extinct, prehistoric animal specimens and fossils, natural history museum signage.

moschops

Moschops (Cow-Face): 285 million years ago: Early Permian : South Africa (Karoo region)

Mike Adams, fabrications staff, fine-tunes supports for a T. rex skull being used as a teaser for the Sue exhibit. iPod touch image posted on Instagram.

Mike Adams, fabrications staff, fine-tunes supports for a T. rex skull being used as a teaser for the Sue exhibit.

What Extinct Animal Would You Most Like A Chance To See?

What Extinct Animal Would You Most Like A Chance To See?

Recreation of the Elasmotherium, went extinct years ago. In the Rouffignac Cave in France paleolithic art of this animal is found.

Stag Moose

Design and Illustration for Pleistocene (Ice Age) specimens and fossils, natural history museum signage.

Why largest lemurs disappeared - http://scienceblog.com/75900/largest-lemurs-disappeared/

DNA sheds light on why largest lemurs disappeared: Giant lemurs' demise linked to size, low numbers

shark in *Greenland.  MORE OF WTF-FUN-FACTS are coming HERE  funny and weird facts ONLY

shark in *Greenland. MORE OF WTF-FUN-FACTS are coming HERE funny and weird facts ONLY<<< if it eats polar bears then why the hell is this guy diving next to it and what is stopping the shark from eating the photographer and/or the diver?

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