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Propalaehoplophorus Minor Propalaehoplophorus is an extinct genus of glyptodont, which lived in Bolivia during the Miocene epoch.

Propalaehoplophorus Minor Propalaehoplophorus is an extinct genus of glyptodont, which lived in Bolivia during the Miocene epoch.

Un Megacerops y dos protoliebres Paleolagus. Oligoceno de Norteamérica. Por Mark Hallett.

Prehistoric Times issue spot the prehistoric lagomorphs.

Branchiosaurus Salamandroides fossil.  Branchiosaurus is a genus of small, lightly built early prehistoric amphibians. Fossils have been discovered in strata dating from the late Pennsylvanian Epoch to the Permian Period.

Branchiosaurus is a genus of small, lightly built early prehistoric amphibians. Fossils have been discovered in strata dating from the late Pennsylvanian Epoch to the Permian Period.

Adapis Magnus.  Adapidae is a family of extinct primates that primarily radiated during the Eocene epoch between about 55 and 34 million years ago.

Adapidae is a family of extinct primates that primarily radiated during the Eocene epoch between about 55 and 34 million years ago.

Smilodon ... One of the best known cats with saber tooth. Smilodon was living in the North America and they were specialists for hunting bison and camels. They went extinct 10,000 years ago.

Smilodon, a saber-toothed cat, lived in North America and preyed on bison and camels, becoming extinct years ago.

Skeleton from the La Brea tar pits at the George C. Page Museum.  The American lion (Panthera leo atrox or P. atrox) – also known as the North American lion, Naegele’s giant jaguar Or American cave lion – is an extinct lion of the family Felidae, endemic to North America during the Pleistocene epoch.

Skeleton of an American lion (Panthera leo atrox) from the La Brea tar pits, here at the George C. Page Museum, Los Angeles

Brontotheres, (White River Badlands), an extinct genus of prehistoric odd-toed ungulate mammal, a group of rhinoceros-like browser related to horses. It was endemic to N.A. During the Late Eocene epoch (38-33.9 Ma), existing for approx. 4.1 Ma

During the Eocene brontotheres represented the largest mammals found in North America and Asia. Brontotheres were large robust animals, with the last forms reaching 14 ft in length and 8 ft at the.

Woolly rhinoceros skeleton on display;  Coelodonta antiquitatis .jpg

Woolly Rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis Blumenbach, Stage : 370 000 - 10 000 Years Pleistocene Locality : Yamalo-Nenetsky region, Siberia, Russia Museum of Toulouse

The saber-toothed cats were found worldwide from the Eocene epoch to the end of the Pleistocene epoch (42 mya – 11,000 years ago), existing for about 42 million years.

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Check out Saber Toothed Tiger from Craziest Extinct Animals

Fossil Alligator - Alligator prenasalis - This extinct member of the family Alligatoridae is the earliest known member of genus Alligator. It is a well known species from many fossils collected in the Oligocene Epoch - 33.9 ± 0.1 to 23.03 ± 0.05 Ma (million years ago) - layer of the Chadron & Brule Formations in South Dakota

Fossil Alligator - Alligator prenasalis - This extinct member of the family…

Barbourofelis loveorum at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Barbourofelidae is an extinct family of mammalian  carnivores of the suborder Feliformia that lived in North America, Eurasia and Africa during the Miocene epoch (16.9—9.0 Ma) and existed for about 7.9 million years.

Barbourofelis loveorum skeleton in the Florida Museum of Natural History Fossil Hall at the University of Florida.

Protitan grangeri                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Extinct Goat-Like Herbivore - Leptauchenia nitida Oreodont - This member of the family Merycoidodontidae was endemic to North America during the late - Ogliocene Epoch - 33.9 million to 23 million years ago - 33.9 ± 0.1 to 23.03 ± 0.05 Ma (million years ago)

Oligocene Leptauchenia Fossil Oreodont Skull from Badlands Leptauchenia nitida…

9,300-Year-Old Frozen Steppe Bison Found in Siberia The Yukagir bison mummy, as the find was dubbed, has a complete brain, heart, blood vessels and digestive system, although some organs have shrunk significantly over time.

Frozen Steppe Bison Found in Siberia The Yukagir bison mummy, as…

Nematherium skull and jaw.  Nematherium is an extinct genus of  ground sloth of the family  Mylodontidae, endemic to Argentina and Chile, South America  during the Late Pleistocene epochs.

Nematherium skull and jaw. Nematherium is an extinct genus of ground sloth of the family Mylodontidae, endemic to Argentina and Chile, South America during the Late Pleistocene epochs.

Bunyip - Diprotodon - Diprotodon, meaning "two forward teeth", is the largest known marsupial ever to have lived. Along with many other members of a group of unusual species collectively called the "Australian megafauna,"  it existed from approximately 1.6 million years ago until extinction some 46,000 years ago (through most of the Pleistocene epoch)....

Fossil of Diprotodon, an extinct mammal- Took the photo at Musee d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris

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