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this is a prehistoric hyena that lived over 2 million years ago

File:Short-faced another hellhound prototype, though the Fae animals are black with slightly longer fur.

The Giant Mammals of the Cenozoic Era: Astrapotherium

The Giant Mammals of the Cenozoic Era

Astrapotherium An early hooved ungulate (a distant relative of horses), Astrapotherium looked like a cross between an elephant, a tapir and a rhinoceros, with a short, prehensile trunk and powerful tusks. More about Astrapotherium

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Dinocrocuta, a giant member of the hyena family from the Miocene to Pliocene.

Shrub Ox (Euceratherium collinum): This large bovid grew to over 1,300 pounds (590 kg) and lived in North America

Shrub Ox (Euceratherium collinum): This large bovid grew to over pounds kg) and lived in North America

Nuralagus Facts: Nuralagus (Nobu Tamura)

Nuralagus Facts

The 20 Biggest Prehistoric Mammals: Biggest Rabbit - Nuralagus Pounds)

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Ceratosaurus Facts

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

Megaraptor, Megalania, Megaladapis - Just How "Mega" Were They?: "Mega" Animal #1: Megaraptor

These Dinosaurs Terrorized Prehistoric Germany

Megaraptor, Megalania, Megaladapis - Just How

Resultado de imagen para Borophagus

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Agriotherium Facts: Agriotherium (Getty Images)

The Giant Mammals of the Cenozoic Era

Baby Woolly Rhino Discovered In Siberia Is The First Ever Found / The Huffington Post	 By: Jacqueline Howard  2/25/15  Scientists are going gaga over the recent discovery of a baby woolly rhino.  The pristine specimen of the tiny extinct rhino - 18 mos at time of death, 10,000 years ago was discovered in permafrost along the bank of a stream in Siberia's Sakha Republic. The specimen includes the animal's wool, an ear, an eye, nostrils, and skull and mouth.

Baby Woolly Rhino Stuns Scientists

rhino sasha- Baby Woolly Rhino discovered in Siberia is the first ever found.

Elotherium by Heinrich Harder (1858-1935)

Today, there are very few mammals that can kill you with one well-aimed swipe of a paw--but that wasn't the case millions of years ago. Here's our list of the 10 deadliest prehistoric mammals.

Scimitar-Toothed Cats attacking a Horse by Mauricio Antón

The aurochs , the ancestor of domestic cattle, is an extinct type of large wild cattle that inhabited Europe, Asia and North Africa; they survived in Europe until the last recorded aurochs, a female, died in the Jaktorów Forest, Poland in 1627.

The aurochs, the ancestor of domestic cattle, is an extinct type of large wild…

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Smilodon and thylacosmilus. Although both smilodon and thylacosmilus are described as sabre-toothed cats, they aren't actually related to each othe.

Pachycrocuta brevirostris by Mauricio Antón

Palaeontologists at the Autonomous University of Barcelona say a ferocious scavenger called Pachycrocouta brevirostris would have dominated western Europe million years ago.

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