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Stock Photo #4239-827, A pack of dire wolves crosses paths with two mammoths 150 thousand years ago during the Upper (Tarantian) Pleistocene Epoch in North America
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A pack of dire wolves crosses paths with two mammoths 150 thousand years ago during the Upper (Tarantian) Pleistocene Epoch i...
A pack of dire wolves crosses paths with two mammoths 150 thousand years ago during the Upper (Tarantian) Pleistocene Epoch in North America
Stock Photo #4239-826, A pair of male Elasmotherium confront one another on the ancient steppe of what is today Southern Russia
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A pair of male Elasmotherium confront one another on the ancient steppe of what is today Southern Russia
Stock Photo #4239-7306, An Arctodus Bear chasing a young Deinotherium, then confronting its much larger parent.
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An Arctodus Bear chasing a young Deinotherium, then confronting its much larger parent.
Stock Photo #4239-6609, A pair of 3-ton herbivorous proboscidean mammals, a male and female of the genus Platybelodon, follow a shallow stream 9 million years ago in what is today North America..
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A pair of 3-ton herbivorous proboscidean mammals, a male and female of the genus Platybelodon, follow a shallow stream 9 mill...
A pair of 3-ton herbivorous proboscidean mammals, a male and female of the genus Platybelodon, follow a shallow stream 9 million years ago in what is today North America..
Stock Photo #4239R-3502, A bull from a Woolly Mammoth herd struggles for survival after he falls through the ice on a frozen lake.
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A bull from a Woolly Mammoth herd struggles for survival after he falls through the ice on a frozen lake.
Stock Photo #4175-2623, landscape in Tertir
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landscape in Tertir
Stock Photo #4239R-8739, The Glyptodont lived during the Pleistocene epoch and carried around a protective carapace like the present day turtle. Its tail may have been used to protect itself from predators or for mating rights.
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The Glyptodont lived during the Pleistocene epoch and carried around a protective carapace like the present day turtle. Its t...
The Glyptodont lived during the Pleistocene epoch and carried around a protective carapace like the present day turtle. Its tail may have been used to protect itself from predators or for mating rights.
Stock Photo #4239-6608, An adult Platybelodon from 9 million years ago is compared to a modern adult African Elephant (genus Loxodonta). The Platybelodon is 10 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 9,000 pounds, while the African Elephant is 11 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 10,000 pounds.
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An adult Platybelodon from 9 million years ago is compared to a modern adult African Elephant (genus Loxodonta). The Platybel...
An adult Platybelodon from 9 million years ago is compared to a modern adult African Elephant (genus Loxodonta). The Platybelodon is 10 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 9,000 pounds, while the African Elephant is 11 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 10,000 pounds.
Stock Photo #4239-6596, An adult Deinotherium from 7 million years ago is compared to a modern adult African Elephant (genus Loxodonta). The Deinotherium is 16 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 17,000 pounds, while the African Elephant is 11 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 10,000 pounds.
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An adult Deinotherium from 7 million years ago is compared to a modern adult African Elephant (genus Loxodonta). The Deinothe...
An adult Deinotherium from 7 million years ago is compared to a modern adult African Elephant (genus Loxodonta). The Deinotherium is 16 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 17,000 pounds, while the African Elephant is 11 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 10,000 pounds.
Stock Photo #4239R-7529, A large Glyptodon stands near the edge of a stream. Glyptodons were giant cousins of the armadillo that lived in South and Central America during the last ice age. æThere were about the size of a small car and ate the tougher grasses and plants that grew on river banks and lake shores. They went extinct about 10,000 years ago. They were likely hunted by humans and people may have actually used the shells for storm shelters.
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A large Glyptodon stands near the edge of a stream. Glyptodons were giant cousins of the armadillo that lived in South and Ce...
A large Glyptodon stands near the edge of a stream. Glyptodons were giant cousins of the armadillo that lived in South and Central America during the last ice age. æThere were about the size of a small car and ate the tougher grasses and plants that grew on river banks and lake shores. They went extinct about 10,000 years ago. They were likely hunted by humans and people may have actually used the shells for storm shelters.
Stock Photo #4239R-8740, The Glyptodont lived during the Pleistocene epoch and carried around a protective carapace like the present day turtle. Its tail may have been used to protect itself from predators or for mating rights.
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The Glyptodont lived during the Pleistocene epoch and carried around a protective carapace like the present day turtle. Its t...
The Glyptodont lived during the Pleistocene epoch and carried around a protective carapace like the present day turtle. Its tail may have been used to protect itself from predators or for mating rights.
Stock Photo #4175-2676, Tertirmeer
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Stock Photo #4239-825, An Elasmotherium grazes on the ancient steppe of what is today Southern Russia
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An Elasmotherium grazes on the ancient steppe of what is today Southern Russia
Stock Photo #4239R-8630, Three Doedicuris grazing on grassy plains with some giant ground sloths in the background. This could be a scene from Argentina with the Andes in the background and the trees being Monkey Puzzle trees, Parana Pines and pampas grasses. Doedicurus was a herbivorous Glyptodont that lived during the Pleistocene period from 2 million to as recent as 11,000 years ago. They lived in North and South America along open forests and grasslands.
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Three Doedicuris grazing on grassy plains with some giant ground sloths in the background. This could be a scene from Argenti...
Three Doedicuris grazing on grassy plains with some giant ground sloths in the background. This could be a scene from Argentina with the Andes in the background and the trees being Monkey Puzzle trees, Parana Pines and pampas grasses. Doedicurus was a herbivorous Glyptodont that lived during the Pleistocene period from 2 million to as recent as 11,000 years ago. They lived in North and South America along open forests and grasslands.
Stock Photo #4239-1906, Deinotherium traverse the rolling plains of what is today Europe.
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Deinotherium traverse the rolling plains of what is today Europe.
Stock Photo #4239R-7828, Glyptotherium arizonae, a glyptodontid from the Pleistocene megafauna of North America.
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Glyptotherium arizonae, a glyptodontid from the Pleistocene megafauna of North America.
Stock Photo #4239-7304, A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers hunting down a young Deinotherium.
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A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers hunting down a young Deinotherium.
Stock Photo #4239-6568, A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers stalking a family of Deinotherium in hopes they can catch the two adults off guard, and possibly attack their young calf.
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A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers stalking a family of Deinotherium in hopes they can catch the two adults off guard, and possib...
A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers stalking a family of Deinotherium in hopes they can catch the two adults off guard, and possibly attack their young calf.
Stock Photo #4239R-7224, Woolly Mammoths in Europe or almost anywhere in the northern hemisphere, circa 10,000-30,000 years ago.
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Woolly Mammoths in Europe or almost anywhere in the northern hemisphere, circa 10,000-30,000 years ago.
Stock Photo #4239R-3501, A herd of Woolly Mammoths migrate to a warmer climate in the Pleistocene Age.
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A herd of Woolly Mammoths migrate to a warmer climate in the Pleistocene Age.

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