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The 10 Deadliest Prehistoric Mammals - Dinosaurs - About.com
Today, there are very few mammals alive on earth that can kill you with one well- aimed bite or swipe of a paw--but that wasn't the case millions of years ago, ...
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 ...
Prehistoric Animals - Dinosaurs - About.com
Dinosaurs weren't the only prehistoric animals that roamed the earth tens of millions of years ago. Here's a look at the other prehistoric animals of the Triassic, ...
10 Dinosaur-Sized Prehistoric Animals - About.com
Not all megafauna mammals went extinct toward the end of the last Ice Age, about 10,000 years ago. For example, the Auroch, a slightly larger predecessor of ...
Beyond Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Animals - About.com
Dinosaurs weren't the only prehistoric animals that roamed the earth tens of millions of years ago. Here are profiles and descriptions of other prehistoric animals, ...
10 Giant Mammals that Succeeded the Dinosaurs
Possibly the most famous prehistoric mammal of all time, the Woolly Mammoth was the largest land animal of pre-Ice Age North America and Eurasia, roaming ...
Prehistoric Megafauna - The Giant Mammals of the Cenozoic Era
In a way, the word megafauna (Greek for "giant animals") is rather misleading-- after all, the dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era were nothing if not megafauna, but ...
The First Mammals (Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous) - Dinosaurs
It's not quite true that mammals succeeded the dinosaurs--they lived right ... A Complete, A to Z List of Archosaurs, Therapsids, and Other Prehistoric Re.
American Zebra - About.com Prehistoric Mammals - Dinosaurs
About the American Zebra: When its remains were first unearthed, in 1928, the American Zebra was identified as a new genus of prehistoric horse, Plesippus.
Deadly Prehistoric Mammal #3 - Entelodon - Dinosaurs - About.com
The Eocene epoch was a good time to be a giant, slobbering, deadly prehistoric mammal. In addition to Andrewsarchus and Brontotherium (see previous pages) ...