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Cynodictis - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Until recently, it was widely believed that Cynodictis was the first true "canid," and thus lay at the root of 30 million years of dog evolution. Today, though, its ...
Prehistoric Dogs and Dog Evolution - Dinosaurs - About.com
Borophagus One of the biggest of the bone-crushing canids. Cynodictis This was once thought to be the first true dog. Dire Wolf A giant wolf of the Pleistocene ...
Tomarctus - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Like another carnivore of the Cenozoic Era, Cynodictis, Tomarctus has long been the "go-to" mammal for folks who want to identify the first true prehistoric dog.
Wild Animals: Artic Fox (Alopex lagopus), artic fox, land vertebrates
May 2, 2004 ... The Cynodictis was thought to be an ancestor of the dog, but the Amphicyonidae, or bear-dogs, which dominated Eurasia for million of years, ...
Amphicyon - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Sarkastodon Facts · Hyaenodon Facts · Why Your Dog's Pedigree Goes Back 40 Million Years · Hemicyon Facts · Cynodictis Facts · Megistotherium Facts ...
Amphicyon, the Bear Dog - Dinosaurs - About.com
Amphicyon Facts · Why Your Dog's Pedigree Goes Back 40 Million Years · Bear Dogs, Fish Lizards and Duck Crocs · Cynodictis Facts · Megistotherium Facts ...
Cuvieronius - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Cynodictis Facts · Saber-Toothed Cats – The “Tigers” of the Prehistoric Plains · Dino-WHAT? 10 Ancient Creatures that Grew to Dinosaur-Like Sizes · Dinosaur ...
Prehistoric Mammals A to Z - Dinosaurs - About.com
Profiles of the early, prehistoric mammals that coexisted with the dinosaurs, as well as the saber-toothed cats, woolly mammoths, giant sloths, and other ...