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Megafauna

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Illustration of the extinct woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitati) in a tundra scene.

Too many meta-analyses of extinctions of giant kangaroos or huge sloths usedata that are poor or poorly understood, warn Gilbert J. Price and colleagues.

Both a feast for the eyes and acessibly written, this is a fantastic book that carefully weighs up arguments for and against the fascinating but contentious idea that our ancestors hunted the Pleistocene megafauna into extinction.

Both a feast for the eyes and acessibly written, this is a fantastic book that carefully weighs up arguments for and against the fascinating but contentious idea that our ancestors hunted the Pleistocene megafauna into extinction.

The Giant Mammals of the Cenozoic Era: The Giant Short-Faced Bear

Pictures and detailed profiles of over 80 different giant mammals and megafauna of the Cenozoic Era, ranging from Aepycamelus to the Woolly Rhino.

Megafauna on the Miocene Epoch plains of what is now Corinto, Morazán in El Salvador by Jaime Rodrigo Bran on DeviantArt

Back in february l had the oportunity of giving a talk about paleontological illustration in the X Latinoamerican Congress of Paleontology, hosted in my... Miocene of El Salvador

Pachystruthio dmanisensis, an extinct giant bird that a new study suggests lived in early Europe around the same time that early humans first entered the region around 1.8 or 1.7 million years ago. Early humans might have shared ancient Europe with this 1,000-pound bird | NOVA | PBS | NOVA | PBS

A new study suggests a half-ton bird roamed Europe nearly 2 million years ago, around when our Homo predecessors were first entering the region.