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Prehistoric world

Uncover the mysteries of the prehistoric world and embark on an extraordinary journey through time. Explore fascinating creatures, ancient civilizations, and breathtaking landscapes.
39 Visual Comparisons Of The Size Of Long-Extinct Animals With Their Modern Relatives Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Wildlife Art, Alaskan Moose, Moose Pictures, Elephant Shrew, Megafauna, Paleo Art

Modern technology does not only let us enjoy the things that are in the present, but also things from the past. The software available, like Photoshop, helps us take a glimpse at what things looked like. Even though they still remain digital, they're pretty close to reality.

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Artist Continues To Make Comparisons Between The Sizes Of Prehistoric Animals And Their Modern Relatives (20 New Pics) Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Extinct Animals, Rare Animals, Unique Animals, Most Beautiful Animals, Beautiful Cats, Pretty Animals

Have you heard of myths about how back in the day on earth, there used to live gargantuan giants? Well, I think our ancestors had a pretty good hunch about what really happened, actually. Most of our modern animals are so small compared to what the animals used to be like, but there are some interesting exceptions to the rule.

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Melissa Stocks
39 Visual Comparisons Of The Size Of Long-Extinct Animals With Their Modern Relatives Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Extinct Animals, Wildlife Animals, Animals And Pets, White Rhinoceros, Journey To The Past, Megafauna

Modern technology does not only let us enjoy the things that are in the present, but also things from the past. The software available, like Photoshop, helps us take a glimpse at what things looked like. Even though they still remain digital, they're pretty close to reality.

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Joan Anderson
Das Wollhaarmammut (Mammuthus primigenius), ist eine ausgestorbene Art aus der Familie der Elefanten. Diese Art entwickelte sich im Übergang vom Alt- zum Mittelpleistozän vor etwa 800.000 bis 600.000 Jahren in Sibirien. Es stellt das Endglied der plio- und pleistozänen Entwicklung der Mammuts dar. Am Ende des Pleistozäns starb das Wollhaarmammut in weiten Teilen seines Verbreitungsgebietes aus, überlebte aber regional in einigen Restpopulationen bis ins mittlere Holozän (1800 v. Chr.). Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Wildlife Art, Dinosaur Fossils, Dinosaur Art, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Elephant Afrique

Das Wollhaarmammut (Mammuthus primigenius), ist eine ausgestorbene Art aus der Familie der Elefanten. Diese Art entwickelte sich im Übergang vom Alt- zum Mittelpleistozän vor etwa 800.000 bis 600.000 Jahren in Sibirien. Es stellt das Endglied der plio- und pleistozänen Entwicklung der Mammuts dar. Am Ende des Pleistozäns starb das Wollhaarmammut in weiten Teilen seines Verbreitungsgebietes aus, überlebte aber regional in einigen Restpopulationen bis ins mittlere Holozän (1800 v. Chr.).

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