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Prehistoric Whales and Whale Evolution - Dinosaurs - About.com
The remains of Rodhocetus and its predecessors have been found mostly in central Asia, but the larger prehistoric whales of the late Eocene epoch (which were ...
Prehistoric Whale Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pictures, illustrations and photographs of prehistoric whales, ranging from Aetiocetus to Zygorhiza.
Squalodon - About.com Prehistoric Whales
In the early 19th century, not only were random dinosaurs likely to be assigned as species of Iguanodon; the same fate also befell prehistoric mammals.
Aegyptocetus - About.com Prehistoric Whales
One doesn't normally associate Egypt with whales, but the fact is that the fossils of prehistoric cetaceans have turned up in some very unlikely (from our ...
Georgiacetus - About.com Prehistoric Whales
Guess what state this ancient whale was discovered in? ... narrow skulll, it was more reminiscent of a prehistoric pinniped or even some kind of mutant crocodile!
Ambulocetus – About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Oddly, an analysis of Ambulocetus' teeth shows that this prehistoric whale thrived in both fresh and salt water lakes, oceans and rivers, a characteristic shared ...
Basilosaurus – About.com Prehistoric Mammals
One of the biggest prehistoric whales that ever lived.
Acrophyseter - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
You can gauge the measure of the prehistoric sperm whale Acrophyseter by its full name: Acrophyseter deinodon, which translates roughly as "pointy-snouted ...
Pakicetus – About.com Prehistoric Mammals
As far as paleontologists can tell, this was the earliest of all the prehistoric whales , a tiny, terrestrial, four-footed mammal that ventured only occasionally into the ...
Leviathan (Livyatan) - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
(Recently, the name of this prehistoric whale was changed to the Hebrew Livyatan, since it turned out that "Leviathan" had already been used for a species of ...