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Homalodotherium is an extinct genus of the order Notoungulata, an extinct group of hoofed mammals native to South America. Homalodotherium was about 2 metres (6.6 ft) in body length with a 41 cm skull

Homalodotherium is an extinct genus of the order Notoungulata, an extinct group of hoofed mammals native to South America. Homalodotherium was about 2 metres ft) in body length with a 41 cm skull

Remember as always I'm using lots of imagination with the colour schemes of these prehistoric mammals!  I'm sure to be wrong but I hope at least I'm entertainingly wrong. Here we compare two c...

Remember as always I'm using lots of imagination with the colour schemes of these prehistoric mammals! Here we compare two c.

Entelodonts. An extinct family of hoofed mammals related to the current pig and animals with hooves. Distributed in Asia and North America made between 45 and 25 million years.

An extinct family of hoofed mammals related to the current pig and animals with hooves. Distributed in Asia and North America made between 45 and 25 million years.

Argentavis magnificens - Order: Cathartiformes Family: †Teratornithidae Argentavis magnificens (literally "magnificent Argentine bird") is the largest flying bird ever discovered. This bird, sometimes called the Giant Teratorn, is an extinct species known from three sites from the late Miocene (6 million years before present) of central and northwestern Argentina, where a good sample of fossils have been obtained.

Argentavis magnificens - Order: Cathartiformes Family: †Teratornithidae Argentavis magnificens (literally "magnificent Argentine bird") is the largest flying bird ever discovered. This bird, sometimes called the Giant Teratorn, is an extinct species known from three sites from the late Miocene (6 million years before present) of central and northwestern Argentina, where a good sample of fossils have been obtained.

megaterio - Buscar con Google

Megatherium, an extinct genus of elephant-sized ground sloths endemic to Central and South America (living from the late Pliocene through the end of the Pleistocene, one of the largest land mammals known, weighing up to 4 tonnes and up to 6 m)

Resultado de imagen para pyrotherium

The Pyrotheria are a group of extinct mammals that lived during the Eocene and Oligocene in South America and had some similarities with the elephants. But they were not related to this, but are counted to the South American ungulates.

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