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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).

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Anomalocaris, a carnivorous arthropod from the cambrian. It was the world's earliest super-predator and also the largest creature of its age. It used two long claw-like appendages to grapple and destroy its prey and draw it to its mouth Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Walking With Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Fossils, Underwater Creatures, The Good Dinosaur, Extinct Animals, Large Animals, Sea Creatures

Anomalocaris

The world's original Super-Predator. Anomalocaris lived 535-520 Million Years Ago, and was truly gigantic compared with the other animals that it shared its world with - Palaeontologists say it was 10 times bigger than anything else around. It therefore displayed Gigantism. A 50cm - 2 metre long apex predator, it had an exclusively carnivorous diet, hunting virtually everything and anything it could tackle, including the Trilobites. Although top of the food chain for a time, Anomalocaris…

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Phorusrhacos

Phorusrhacos, commonly known as a Terror Bird, was a large, flightless bird from the Pliocene to the Pleistocene. It was the top predator of its region until other predators from North America migrated to South America. Phorusrhacos was a large, carnivorous bird. It possessed a large beak which was hooked at the tip, like a modern eagle. At the top of its head was a small plumage of feathers.

Walking with Dinosaurs is a BBC-Discovery Channel co-produced Speculative Documentary series focusing on. dinosaurs, using state-of-the-art … Dinosaurs Series, All Dinosaurs, Walking With Dinosaurs, Jurassic World, Jurassic Park, Short Faced Bear, American Lion, Tv Tropes, Dinosaurs

Walking with Dinosaurs

Walking with Dinosaurs (1999) is a BBC Speculative Documentary series focusing on... well... dinosaurs, using state-of-the-art CGI to recreate Mesozoic life …

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, Walking With Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Pictures, The Lost World, Animal Species, Vertebrates, Car Drawings

Arthropleura

Arthropleura was a giant centipede-like arthropod. It grew to the size of a man. Arthropleura was herbivorous. Arthropleura were one of the first mainly herbivorous terrestrial animals, they had strong jaws, but it is unlikely that it may have been poisonous for defense. The high oxygen level in the Carboniferous Period allowed this creature (and many others) to grow to very large sizes. Many fossilized footprints from Arthropleura can been found on the coast of Scotland. It is the…

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Dryosaurus

Dryosaurus (meaning'Oak Lizard') is a genus of an Ornithopod Dinosaur that lived in the Late Jurassic Period of North America. It was about 4 metres long and 1-2 metres tall, a rather large Hypsilophodontid, in comparison with the average sized species that is. It was still a small herbivore under the threat of predation at all times, and so its main defence, was to simply outrun its attackers with bolts of lightening fast speed. Dryosaurus did not feature in the main series of Walking…

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Leaellynasaura

Leaellynasaura was a small Hypsilophodontid, of the Early Cretaceous of Australia, (112-89)Million Years Ago. It was around 2 metres long, and a metre, probably weighing less than 60 kilograms. It lived in social group,s that relied on lookouts to warn of approaching predators, in the lush polar forests. As a polar animal, it was adapted to endure the harsh winter twilight of the time, and months would pass before sunlight returned. Its eyes were huge in relation to its body, and as such…

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Megaloceros

Megaloceros, otherwise known as the Giant Deer and Irish Elk, lived during the Pleistocene to Early Holocene in Europe and Asia. There have been several subspecies of Megaloceros beginning in the Early-Mid Pleistocene including M. obscurus, M. antecedans, M. pachyosteus, and M. savini. The subspecies "Megaloceros Giganteus" was the largest form of deer of all time, dwarfing all modern species (including the other subspecies) by far and the most well known subspecies in the genus. It had…

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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. This predator measures on average of 40 feet (12.3 meters) and weighing over 14 tons, it's appearance and size has...

The term “prehistoric reptiles” group is intended for a broad category of animals which helps distinguish the dinosaurs from other prehistoric reptiles. Most of the prehistoric reptiles are often. Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Dinosaur Bones, Dinosaur Fossils, Jurassic Movies, Walking With Dinosaurs, Reptiles And Amphibians, Creature Design, Lizards

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The Cretaceous period saw the breaking up of the northern and southern landmasses. Flying dinosaurs like Tapejara would master the air and the new coast line...