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Mammoth. Hard to believe he walked the earth and lead the way. Follower's need a broom and scoop.

Mammoth. Hard to believe he walked the earth and lead the way. Follower's need a broom and scoop.

Criaturas Extintas: Vorompatra

Criaturas Extintas: Vorompatra

Size comparison of skulls of extinct lions and modern Lion

Size comparison of skulls of extinct lions and modern Lion

tarpan animal - Pesquisa Google

tarpan animal - Pesquisa Google

Vintage MAMMOTH print. extinct animal

Vintage MAMMOTH print. extinct animal

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stag

pleistocene rewilding - Google Search

pleistocene rewilding - Google Search

Skull of Barbourofelis, extinct carnivorous mammals which lived during the Miocene (15 to 6 mio years ago) in North America. The appearance of this predator reminded very much the saber-toothed tigers. The structure of the barbourofelis was very strong: it might look like a lion with the physique of a bear or a bear with the head of a lion.

Skull of Barbourofelis, extinct carnivorous mammals which lived during the Miocene (15 to 6 mio years ago) in North America. The appearance of this predator reminded very much the saber-toothed tigers. The structure of the barbourofelis was very strong: it might look like a lion with the physique of a bear or a bear with the head of a lion.

The name Hartebeest is a Dutch word (originally spelled hertebeest) which means deer. The Bubal Hartebeest stood at around 122 cm (4 ft) at the shoulder. It also had lyre-shaped horns. The Bubal Hartebeest is believed to have once lived in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia. It may also have resided in the Middle East. [4] The Hartebeest was once domesticated by Egyptians and may have been used as a sacrificial animal. Its horns in tombs at Abadiyeh indicated its importance as a food…

The name Hartebeest is a Dutch word (originally spelled hertebeest) which means deer. The Bubal Hartebeest stood at around 122 cm (4 ft) at the shoulder. It also had lyre-shaped horns. The Bubal Hartebeest is believed to have once lived in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia. It may also have resided in the Middle East. [4] The Hartebeest was once domesticated by Egyptians and may have been used as a sacrificial animal. Its horns in tombs at Abadiyeh indicated its importance as a food…

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