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Prehistoric Whales and Whale Evolution - Dinosaurs - About.com
The basic theme of whale evolution is the development of large animals from much smaller ancestors--and nowhere is this more evident than in the case of ...
Prehistoric Whale Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pictures, illustrations and photographs of prehistoric whales, ranging from Aetiocetus to Zygorhiza.
Georgiacetus - About.com Prehistoric Whales
One of the most common fossil whales of North America, the remains of ... was more reminiscent of a prehistoric pinniped or even some kind of mutant crocodile!
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 ...
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.
Kentriodon - About.com Prehistoric Whales
On the one hand, there are at least a dozen identified genera of "kentriodontids" ( toothed prehistoric whales with dolphin-like features), but on the other hand, ...
Remingtonocetus - About.com Prehistoric Whales
Modern-day India and Pakistan aren't exactly hotbeds of fossil discovery--which is why it's so strange that so many prehistoric whales have been unearthed on ...
Prehistoric Dogs and Dog Evolution - Dinosaurs - About.com
Here's everything you need to know about prehistoric dogs and dog evolution. ... were ancestral not to modern dogs or cats, but to prehistoric whales.
Cotylocara - About.com Prehistoric Whales
One of the most distinctive things about modern whales, dolphins and porpoises ... the earliest known prehistoric whale with the ability to echolocate, Cotylocara, ...
Acrophyseter - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
You can gauge the measure of the prehistoric sperm whale Acrophyseter by its full name: ... including sharks, seals, penguins and even other prehistoric whales.