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Class: Placodermi: an extinct class of armoured prehistoric fish, known from fossils, lived from late Silurian to end of Devonian

Art illustration - Prehistoric Mammals - Kubanochoerus: is an extinct genus of large and long-legged animals in the pig family from the Miocene of Eurasia. grew to be up 1.2 metres (3.9 ft) at the shoulder, and probably weighed up to 500 kilograms (1,100 lb) in life. The heads of these pigs were unmistakable, with small eyebrow horns, but does have roughly the same proportions as the Entelodont. .

Art illustration - Prehistoric Mammals - Kubanochoerus: is an extinct genus of large and long-legged animals in the pig family from the Miocene of Eurasia. grew to be up 1.2 metres (3.9 ft) at the shoulder, and probably weighed up to 500 kilograms (1,100 lb) in life. The heads of these pigs were unmistakable, with small eyebrow horns, but does have roughly the same proportions as the Entelodont. .

HERE we go my favorite marsupial and one of my top 20 favorite animals ever the largest marsupial to walk planet earth diprotodon. Diprotodon lived in australia during the ice age. I'm going to tell you how australia was dominated with marsupials. during the cretaceous 65 million years ago marsupials went from north america suth america antarctica then finally to australia. After dinosaurs went extinct and australia became independent from the world, and marsupials dominated.

Zygomaturus trilobus - The largest mammal to have lived in Australia. About the size of a modern Rhino.

Secodontosaurus obtusidens by DiBgd

Secodontosaurus obtusidens, the "fox-sphenacodont" from Early Permian of Texas. Skull lenght about 30 cm.

Amargasaurus was small for a sauropod, reaching a mere 29 to 33 ft length…

Amargasaurus, a Sauropod dinosaur from the early Cretaceous Period (around 130 million years ago). Amargasaurus was small for a Sauropod and featured two rows of spines down its neck and back. Photo taken in Victoria Museum, Melbourne, Australia.

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Resultado de imagen para anchiceratops

Mesonyx was a forest predator and live in the Late Paleocene to Middle Eocene in Asia and North America (approximately 50 - 42 Ma).  Mesonyx was a medium-sized predator. With the skull is about 33 - 35 cm total length, Mesonyx reached 70 - 75 cm at the withers, and 1.5 - 1.6 m in length, excluding the long tail.

Mesonyx was a forest predator and live in the Late Paleocene to Middle Eocene in Asia and North America (approximately 50 - 42 Ma). Mesonyx was a medium.

Resultado de imagen para Cacops

Resultado de imagen para Cacops

Indricotherium, the largest land "mammal" that has ever ...

Paraceratherium (aka Baluchitherium and Indricotherium), a gigantic hornless long-necked rhinoceros from prehistory that was the largest land mammal ever known to have existed on planet Earth.

Euphoberia

10 Prehistoric Bugs That Could Seriously Mess You Up - Listverse

Permian therapsid Estemmenosuchus mirabilis

lostbeasts: Estemmenosuchus mirabilis was a long Permian therapsid. It possessed large horns, and a fierce but mixed dentition, indica.

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