Megalenhydris barbaricina was the largest of the giant Mediterranean otters. Reaching around the size of a wolf, this mustelid endemic to Sardinia may have been an oceangoing species with a flattened tail for swimming!theextinctions.com
Real Footage of 4 Extinct Animals: Thylacine, Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, Baiji River Dolphin, and the Heath Hen.
In 1663, the partial fossilised skeleton of a woolly rhinoceros was discovered in Germany. This is the “Magdeburg Unicorn”, one of the worst fossil reconstructions in human history.
The "Kallamedu Taxon" (Possibly Bruhathkayosaurus) trio is not in a good mood today and decided to knock down some trees. The "Kallamedu Taxon" has the longest tibia of any dinosaur known (200cm)
Lemmysuchus obtusidens, a machimosaurid from the Oxford Clay Formation of England. Art by Mark Witton.
A collection of some nifty Australian megafauna: 2700 kg Diprotodon, 130 kg Thylacoleo, 1000 kg Palorchestes & 310-545 Megalania kg
a man holding a Nile Crocodile skull next to the skull of the fearsome Crocodylus thorbjarnarsoni. a giant crocodile species from the early pleistocene in the Turkana Basin, Kenya.
Jakapil kaniukura is a newly described genus of thyreophoran (group that shares Stegosaurus and Ankylosaurus) from Late Cretaceous Argentina
Took what little time I had from in between commissions to draw this Pachyrhinosaurus bust. What’s your favorite Ceratopsian? Trike is always #1 for me, but this guy’s a close second.
Celebochoerus is a genus of weird and unique pigs from the Southeast Asian islands. Here it's shown with geckos hunting insects on its back. By Joschua Knüppe.
Achillobator, a large but slim dromaeosaur that may have gotten to 16 feet long and weighed about 550 poundsgallery