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Prehistoric Birds - Dinosaurs - About.com
Bird evolution commenced with the small, feathered theropods of the Jurassic period, and after these dinosaurs went extinct, birds spread to fill every available  ...
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Prehistoric Birds A to Z - Dinosaurs - About.com
Profiles of the prehistoric birds that lived alongside--and succeeded--the dinosaurs.
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Prehistoric Bird Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pictures, illustrations and photographs of prehistoric and extinct birds, ranging from Archaeopteryx to the Passenger Pigeon.
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Thunder Bird (Dromornis) - About.com Prehistoric Birds
Unlike these other giant birds of prehistoric times, which (because of their lack of natural defenses) succumbed to hunting by early human settlers, the Thunder ...
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Elephant Bird (Aepyornis) - About.com Prehistoric Birds
At 10 feet tall and close to half a ton, Aepyornis was certainly one of the biggest prehistoric birds of all time; its eggs alone were over 100 times bigger than ...
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Dodo Bird - About.com Prehistoric Birds
For hundreds of thousands of years, beginning in the Pleistocene epoch, this squat, plump, flightless, turkey-sized prehistoric bird grazed contentedly on the ...
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Titanis - About.com Prehistoric Birds
This prehistoric bird could certainly wreak its share of mayhem: at eight feet tall and 300 pounds (give or take a few inches and pounds for possible sexually ...
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Argentavis - About.com Prehistoric Birds
A prehistoric bird the size of Argentavis presents some difficult issues, chief of which is how it managed to launch itself off the ground and keep itself in the air.
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Terror Bird (Phorusrhacos) - About.com Prehistoric Birds
One of the amusing facts about the eight-foot-tall, 300-pound Phorusrhacos is that this prehistoric bird has gone by an unusually large number of now- outmoded ...
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Andalgalornis - About.com Prehistoric Birds
As "terror birds"--the oversized, flightless apex predators of Miocene and Pliocene South America--go, Andalgalornis isn't quite as well known as Phorusrhacos ...
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