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Panthera onca augusta, commonly known as the ‘giant jaguar’, is a species of jaguar that survived almost 2 million years ago, until about 11,700 years ago.
No wonder everyone wanted a woolly mammoth
Giant short faced bear: arctodus simus
Neolithic Architecture, 300 million years of Beetles
Sabre tooth cats, most recognized from the giant find at Los Angeles La Brae tar pits, has a genus name that comes from Brazilian fossils in 1842.
Giant beaver (castoroides ohioensis)
Harlans ground sloth
North American scimitar – homotherium serum
American antelope: Pronghorn, or antilocapra americana is a species of artiodactyl (even-toed, hoofed) mammal indigenous to interior western and central north America that is built for speed, and runs 90 km/h.
Neolithic architecture & the peppered moth(s) genetics of domestication
Bison latafrons was the long horned bison, bison antiquus ancient bison, and bison bison is your modern bison.
Extinct western horse (equus occidentalis)
Eremotherium or “steppe desert beast” was an extinct mega sloth
An extinct group of large, herbivorous armadillos have a genus called glyptodont. The glyptotherium or ‘groove carved beast’ is apart of it.
Dire wolf: Aenocyon dirus. Terrible scary wolf dog.
Long nosed peccaries (mylohyus nasutus)
North American Rhino: Mixotoxodon, is a member of the toxodontidae family.
Jeffersons sloth, megalonyx or (greek) “giant claw” is an extinct genus of ground sloths of the family megalonychidae.
Isn’t the lama cute? ancient lama: hemiaucheia
Aurochs (Bos primigenius)
American lion bones have been found in the trash heaps of paleolithic native Americans, suggesting that human predation contributed to its extinction.
Largest flight capable birds in north America: aiolornis incrediblis
Despite the fact that camels are popularly associated with deserts. It is believed camelops originated in north America during the middle eocene, 44 mya.
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