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Carnivora

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Hodari en Otoño 🐅 (@HodariNundu) / Twitter
Fabio Alejandro (@FabioAleRomero) / Twitter
Fabio Alejandro (@FabioAleRomero) / Twitter

Felidae

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🦖E.D.G.E.🦕 (@EDGEinthewild) / Twitter
Hodari Maguire (@HodariNundu) / Twitter
Barbourofelis loveorum

Barbourofelidae

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prionodon linsang - Pesquisa Google
prionodon linsang - Pesquisa Google
prionodon linsang - Pesquisa Google

Prionodontidae

17 Pins
Хищные (Carnivora) – 78 fotos | VK

Hyaenidae

174 Pins
Catawiki online auction house: Fossil giant hyena - Dinocrocuta  giganteus- 39 cm

Percrocutidae

8 Pins
african civet - Pesquisa Google
african civet - Pesquisa Google
african civet - Pesquisa Google

Viverridae

250 Pins
herpestes ichneumon - Pesquisa Google
herpestes ichneumon - Pesquisa Google
Photograph Egyptian Mongoose II by Eran Gissis on 500px

Herpestidae

280 Pins
An African palm civet, Nandinia binotata, at Park Assango.
African Palm Civet by WillemSvdMerwe on DeviantArt
An African palm civet (Nandinia binotata) in Libreville, Gabon.

Nandiniidae

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Nick Mackman Fossa, Low-fired Ceramic 48 x 56 cm

Eupleridae

113 Pins
Dinaelurus - Pesquisa Google
Dinailurictis - Pesquisa Google

Nimravidae

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Hodari en Otoño 🐅 no Twitter: "Amphicyonids are popularly called "bear dogs" (despite being a separate family from either), and also have some traits in common with big cats, but at least one of them, the early Miocene Delotrochanter, had very hyena-like skull and jaws, being similarly adapted to crack bones! https://t.co/Rghpy0Ot5G" / Twitter
Tartarocyon reconstruction - Tartarocyon - Wikipedia
Ischyrocyon gidleyi. Carnivora, Amphicyonidae, Amphicyoninae. Middle Miocene of North America.

Amphicyonidae

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Hodari Bloodfingers (@HodariNundu) / Twitter
Hodari the Sleep Deprived (@HodariNundu) / Twitter
Hodari the Sleep Deprived no Twitter: "Meanwhile, Protocyon lasted until the very end of the Pleistocene, and its bite marks have been found on larger animals including glyptodonts. These lived in savannahs and open woodland and were similar in size to today's African wild dogs or a bit larger. https://t.co/Oz8WUUwtOL" / Twitter

Canidae

610 Pins

Ursidae

243 Pins
mirounga leonina - Pesquisa Google
mirounga leonina - Pesquisa Google

Phocidae

197 Pins
Northern fur seal. Callorhinus ursinus photograph. Photograph #00965 by Phillip Colla / Oceanlight.com.

Otariidae

194 Pins
Did you know that a Walrus is pregnant for about 15 months. Calves weigh up to 75 kg and are able to swim immediately.  Picture by Wim van Passel.
A Close Encounter With a Walrus | National Geographic - YouTube

Odobenidae

67 Pins
Nix Draws Stuff
Allodesmus spp. - Carnivora

Desmatophocidae

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(3) Joschua Knüppe (@JoschuaKnuppe) / Twitter
ailurus styani - Pesquisa Google
pristinailurus - Pesquisa Google

Ailuridae

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Enhydriodon dikikae | Dinopedia | Fandom
Diving with Megalenhydris by HodariNundu on DeviantArt

Mustelidae

551 Pins
chapalmalania - Pesquisa Google
chapalmalania - Pesquisa Google

Procyonidae

133 Pins
conepatus semistriatus - Pesquisa Google
spilogale gracilis - Pesquisa Google

Mephitidae

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