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Stock Photo #4239R-6703, A woolly rhinoceros in the snow, Pleistocene epoch.
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A woolly rhinoceros in the snow, Pleistocene epoch.
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 #4369-754, A lake bed left high and dry after the end of the last Ice Age, or Pluvial period, the Pleistocene, some six thousand years ago.  The margins of the lakes supported both wildlife and humans.
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A lake bed left high and dry after the end of the last Ice Age, or Pluvial period, the Pleistocene, some six thousand years a...
A lake bed left high and dry after the end of the last Ice Age, or Pluvial period, the Pleistocene, some six thousand years ago.  The margins of the lakes supported both wildlife and humans.
Stock Photo #4239R-9545, Two Woolly Mammoths in a snow covered field with a few bison.
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Two Woolly Mammoths in a snow covered field with a few bison.
Stock Photo #4369-828, A lake bed left high and dry after the end of the last Ice Age, or Pluvial period, the Pleistocene, some six thousand years ago.  The margins of the lakes supported both wildlife and humans.
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A lake bed left high and dry after the end of the last Ice Age, or Pluvial period, the Pleistocene, some six thousand years a...
A lake bed left high and dry after the end of the last Ice Age, or Pluvial period, the Pleistocene, some six thousand years ago.  The margins of the lakes supported both wildlife and humans.
Stock Photo #1566-1291446, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4409-66883, Deinotherium giganteum, large prehistoric relative of the elephant that appeared in the Middle Miocene and continued until the Early Pleistocene. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company.
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Deinotherium giganteum, large prehistoric relative of the elephant that appeared in the Middle Miocene and continued until th...
Deinotherium giganteum, large prehistoric relative of the elephant that appeared in the Middle Miocene and continued until the Early Pleistocene. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company.
Stock Photo #4430-12350, prehistory, animals, ground sloth, illustration, wood engraving, circa 1870,
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prehistory, animals, ground sloth, illustration, wood engraving, circa 1870,
Stock Photo #4239R-6695, A marmot approaches an old and grey woolly rhinocerous.
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A marmot approaches an old and grey woolly rhinocerous.
Stock Photo #4239R-7506, Several Tuna fish try to escape from a huge Megalodon shark in prehistoric times.
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Several Tuna fish try to escape from a huge Megalodon shark in prehistoric times.
Stock Photo #4332-1264, Aerial view of peidmont lobe of the Bering Glacier calving deep blue water-saturated icebergs into Lake Vitus, Alaska.
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Aerial view of peidmont lobe of the Bering Glacier calving deep blue water-saturated icebergs into Lake Vitus, Alaska.
Stock Photo #4413-120286, Fossil Skull of Saber-toothed Cat face on black background
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Fossil Skull of Saber-toothed Cat face on black background
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 #4239R-4867, A Smilodon cat roars to warn any other males to leave his territory.
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A Smilodon cat roars to warn any other males to leave his territory.
Stock Photo #4421-41076, Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) display in museum, Royal BC Museum, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) display in museum, Royal BC Museum, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Stock Photo #1566-1291424, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4055-1925, winter overview hwy 395 near Mono Lake California
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winter overview hwy 395 near Mono Lake California
Stock Photo #4409-66714, Machaidorus neogaeus, Smilodon neogaeus, machairodontine saber-toothed cats that lived until the Pleistocene. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company.
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Machaidorus neogaeus, Smilodon neogaeus, machairodontine saber-toothed cats that lived until the Pleistocene. Colour printed ...
Machaidorus neogaeus, Smilodon neogaeus, machairodontine saber-toothed cats that lived until the Pleistocene. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company.
Stock Photo #4409-71236, Megatherium americanum, extinct genus of elephant-sized ground sloths that lived from the Pliocene through Pleistocene periods. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company.
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Megatherium americanum, extinct genus of elephant-sized ground sloths that lived from the Pliocene through Pleistocene period...
Megatherium americanum, extinct genus of elephant-sized ground sloths that lived from the Pliocene through Pleistocene periods. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company.
Stock Photo #4239R-6686, A Eusmilus watches a herd of Paraceratherium.
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A Eusmilus watches a herd of Paraceratherium.
Stock Photo #4409-67151, Panochthus tuberculatus, an extinct type of glyptodont, native to Argentina during the Pleistocene epoch. An Archaeopteryx lithographica flies in the background.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1920, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descr
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Panochthus tuberculatus, an extinct type of glyptodont, native to Argentina during the Pleistocene epoch. An Archaeopteryx li...
Panochthus tuberculatus, an extinct type of glyptodont, native to Argentina during the Pleistocene epoch. An Archaeopteryx lithographica flies in the background.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1920, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descr
Stock Photo #4239R-8664, The Megalodon shark was an enormous predator in the Cenozoic Era of prehistoric Earth.
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The Megalodon shark was an enormous predator in the Cenozoic Era of prehistoric Earth.
Stock Photo #4239R-9147, A Sabre Tooth Tiger discovers a humanoid skull.
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A Sabre Tooth Tiger discovers a humanoid skull.
Stock Photo #1566-1291450, Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4239R-7825, The largest known marsupial, Diprotodon optatum, from the Pleistocene of Australia.
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The largest known marsupial, Diprotodon optatum, from the Pleistocene of Australia.
Stock Photo #4409-135196, RESTOS OSEOS DE FAUNA DEL PALEOLITICO: MANDIBULA DEL ELEPHAS ANTIQUUS, ANTIGUO ELEFANTE DEL PLEISTOCENO, PROCEDENTE DEL VALLE DEL MANZANARES (DEPOSITO: MUSEO ARQUEOLOGICO NACIONAL).
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RESTOS OSEOS DE FAUNA DEL PALEOLITICO: MANDIBULA DEL ELEPHAS ANTIQUUS, ANTIGUO ELEFANTE DEL PLEISTOCENO, PROCEDENTE DEL VALLE...
RESTOS OSEOS DE FAUNA DEL PALEOLITICO: MANDIBULA DEL ELEPHAS ANTIQUUS, ANTIGUO ELEFANTE DEL PLEISTOCENO, PROCEDENTE DEL VALLE DEL MANZANARES (DEPOSITO: MUSEO ARQUEOLOGICO NACIONAL).
Stock Photo #1566-1291449, Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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 #4239R-2730, The Woolly Mammoth is an extinct elephant like giant from the Pleistocene Period of Earths history. Its fossils have been found in Siberia, North America and northern Eurasia.
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The Woolly Mammoth is an extinct elephant like giant from the Pleistocene Period of Earths history. Its fossils have been fou...
The Woolly Mammoth is an extinct elephant like giant from the Pleistocene Period of Earths history. Its fossils have been found in Siberia, North America and northern Eurasia.
Stock Photo #4239-6537, An Arctodus bear and a Sabre-Toothed Tiger involved in a territorial dispute during Earth's Pleistocene period of time.
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An Arctodus bear and a Sabre-Toothed Tiger involved in a territorial dispute during Earth's Pleistocene period of time.
Stock Photo #4413-120284, Fossil Skull of Saber-toothed Cat profil
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Fossil Skull of Saber-toothed Cat profil
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 #4141-30425, gomphotherium, closely related to mastodons disappeared before the end of the pleistocene. the 3 m (10 ft) tall creature, also known as trilophodon or tetrabelodon, resembled a modern elephant but had four tusks instead of two: two on the upper jaw and two on the elongated lower jaw. the lower ones are parallel and shaped like a shovel and were probably used as such. unlike modern elephants, the upper tusks were covered by a layer of enamel. these animals probably lived in swamps or near lakes,
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gomphotherium, closely related to mastodons disappeared before the end of the pleistocene. the 3 m (10 ft) tall creature, als...
gomphotherium, closely related to mastodons disappeared before the end of the pleistocene. the 3 m (10 ft) tall creature, also known as trilophodon or tetrabelodon, resembled a modern elephant but had four tusks instead of two: two on the upper jaw and two on the elongated lower jaw. the lower ones are parallel and shaped like a shovel and were probably used as such. unlike modern elephants, the upper tusks were covered by a layer of enamel. these animals probably lived in swamps or near lakes,
Stock Photo #1566-1291447, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4239R-8862, Two large mammoths walking slowly on the snowy mountain.
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Two large mammoths walking slowly on the snowy mountain.
Stock Photo #4413-120263, Dire Wolf Skull Fossil profil on a black background
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Dire Wolf Skull Fossil profil on a black background
Stock Photo #4409-61198, Skeleton of Giant ground sloth (Megatherium americanum). Natural History Museum. London. United Kingdom.
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Skeleton of Giant ground sloth (Megatherium americanum). Natural History Museum. London. United Kingdom.
Stock Photo #4409-53236, Representación de una ESCENA DE CAZA DEL "HOMO ANTECESSOR". Vivió hace 780.000 años, tratándose del más antiguo antepasado europeo conocido. Llegó procedente de Africa hace un millón de años. Se trataba de un homínido robusto, de estatura media y con una capacidad craneal de 1.000 centímetros cúbicos. Exposición de "Atapuerca: Un Millón de Años". Museo de Burgos. Castilla-León.
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Representación de una ESCENA DE CAZA DEL "HOMO ANTECESSOR". Vivió hace 780.000 años, tratándose del más antiguo antepasado eu...
Representación de una ESCENA DE CAZA DEL "HOMO ANTECESSOR". Vivió hace 780.000 años, tratándose del más antiguo antepasado europeo conocido. Llegó procedente de Africa hace un millón de años. Se trataba de un homínido robusto, de estatura media y con una capacidad craneal de 1.000 centímetros cúbicos. Exposición de "Atapuerca: Un Millón de Años". Museo de Burgos. Castilla-León.
Stock Photo #4268R-14405, Digital illustration of Doedicurus clavicaudatus, a prehistoric glyptodont with domed carapace and spikes on end of long tail
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Digital illustration of Doedicurus clavicaudatus, a prehistoric glyptodont with domed carapace and spikes on end of long tail
Stock Photo #1566-1291426, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4239R-6647, The Saber-Tooth Cat, also called Smilodon, with dagger like front canine teeth.
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The Saber-Tooth Cat, also called Smilodon, with dagger like front canine teeth.
Stock Photo #1990-21479, Gomphotherium, closely related to mastodons disappeared before the end of the Pleistocene. Royal Tyrrell Museum, Alta, Canada
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Gomphotherium, closely related to mastodons disappeared before the end of the Pleistocene. Royal Tyrrell Museum, Alta, Canada
Stock Photo #1788-18348, Malta, Ghar Dalam Cave, interior where bone remains of animals of Pleistocene epoch were found
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Malta, Ghar Dalam Cave, interior where bone remains of animals of Pleistocene epoch were found
Stock Photo #4239R-6671, A Megacerops grazing a prehistoric landscape. Only one flower left, then breakfast is done for this double horned relative of the modern rhinoceros.
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A Megacerops grazing a prehistoric landscape. Only one flower left, then breakfast is done for this double horned relative of...
A Megacerops grazing a prehistoric landscape. Only one flower left, then breakfast is done for this double horned relative of the modern rhinoceros.
Stock Photo #4239R-7661, A Saber-Tooth Tiger in a tropical environment.
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A Saber-Tooth Tiger in a tropical environment.
Stock Photo #1566-1291448, Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #1895-44177, Sand Hills, Nebraska, from space, c 2000.
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Sand Hills, Nebraska, from space, c 2000.
Stock Photo #4239R-8753, A huge Megalodon shark swims next to a colorful coral reef in clear ocean waters.
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A huge Megalodon shark swims next to a colorful coral reef in clear ocean waters.
Stock Photo #4409-43105, Neanderthals making weapons and tools.
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Neanderthals making weapons and tools.
Stock Photo #1895-28775, 'Base of the Skull of Toxodon Platensis', South America, c 1832-1836.
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'Base of the Skull of Toxodon Platensis', South America, c 1832-1836.
Stock Photo #4239R-6683, A saber-toothed cat leaps at a grizzly bear on a mountain path.
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A saber-toothed cat leaps at a grizzly bear on a mountain path.
Stock Photo #4286-42192, motorhome passing people at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
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motorhome passing people at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
Stock Photo #1848-449869, Evening light on the Hardangervidda, Hardanger Vidda, Plateaufjell and Europe´s largest high plateau, Norway, Europe
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Evening light on the Hardangervidda, Hardanger Vidda, Plateaufjell and Europe´s largest high plateau, Norway, Europe
Stock Photo #1840-12956, Aerial view of the Tasman Glacier in Mount Cook National Park, South Island, New Zealand.
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Aerial view of the Tasman Glacier in Mount Cook National Park, South Island, New Zealand.
Stock Photo #4332-244, Aerial view of the Piedmont Lobe of the Bering Glacier and Lake Vitus, Alaska.
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Aerial view of the Piedmont Lobe of the Bering Glacier and Lake Vitus, Alaska.
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 #4239R-8889, Portrait of a male Homo Erectus, prehistoric ancestor that lived around 1.8 million years ago, black background
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Portrait of a male Homo Erectus, prehistoric ancestor that lived around 1.8 million years ago, black background
Stock Photo #1848-577150, Historical graphic representation, animals and skeletons form the Pleistocene period in Earth´s history, mammoth, giant deer, cave bear, cave hyena, Rinocerus tichorhinus, 19th Century, from Meyers Konversations_Lexikon encyclopaedia, 1890
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Historical graphic representation, animals and skeletons form the Pleistocene period in Earth´s history, mammoth, giant deer,...
Historical graphic representation, animals and skeletons form the Pleistocene period in Earth´s history, mammoth, giant deer, cave bear, cave hyena, Rinocerus tichorhinus, 19th Century, from Meyers Konversations_Lexikon encyclopaedia, 1890
Stock Photo #4239R-9546, 3-D rendering of a Woolly Mammoth, white background.
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3-D rendering of a Woolly Mammoth, white background.
Stock Photo #4409-70473, Elasmotherium was an extinct genus of giant rhinoceros native to Asia during the Pliocene through Pleistocene eras.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Elasmotherium was an extinct genus of giant rhinoceros native to Asia during the Pliocene through Pleistocene eras.. . Colour...
Elasmotherium was an extinct genus of giant rhinoceros native to Asia during the Pliocene through Pleistocene eras.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #1566-1291432, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4239R-2692, The Columbian Mammoth is one of an extinct megafauna beasts from the Pleistocene Period of Earths history. Its fossils have been discovered in North America and as far south as Nicaragua and Hondurus.
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The Columbian Mammoth is one of an extinct megafauna beasts from the Pleistocene Period of Earths history. Its fossils have b...
The Columbian Mammoth is one of an extinct megafauna beasts from the Pleistocene Period of Earths history. Its fossils have been discovered in North America and as far south as Nicaragua and Hondurus.
Stock Photo #1890-107349, Mammoth skeleton from the Pleistocene Ice Age at the Nevada State Museum, Carson City, Nevada, United States of America, North America
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Mammoth skeleton from the Pleistocene Ice Age at the Nevada State Museum, Carson City, Nevada, United States of America, Nort...
Mammoth skeleton from the Pleistocene Ice Age at the Nevada State Museum, Carson City, Nevada, United States of America, North America
Stock Photo #4239R-5870, Artist's concept of Meteor Crater, Arizona, USA.
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Artist's concept of Meteor Crater, Arizona, USA.
Stock Photo #4239R-6688, A pair of Macrauchenia on a hillside.
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A pair of Macrauchenia on a hillside.
Stock Photo #4141-30427, skull of giant bison (bison latifrons) bison latifrons is an extinct species of bison that lived in north america during the pleistocene. also known as the giant bison, or ice age bison it reached a shoulder height of 2.5 meters (8.5 feet), and had horns that spanned over 2 meters (6.5 feet), more than three times the size of today's buffalo. this skull was found in idaho. royal tyrrel museum, alta, canada.
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skull of giant bison (bison latifrons) bison latifrons is an extinct species of bison that lived in north america during the ...
skull of giant bison (bison latifrons) bison latifrons is an extinct species of bison that lived in north america during the pleistocene. also known as the giant bison, or ice age bison it reached a shoulder height of 2.5 meters (8.5 feet), and had horns that spanned over 2 meters (6.5 feet), more than three times the size of today's buffalo. this skull was found in idaho. royal tyrrel museum, alta, canada.
Stock Photo #1933-1431, Mamut Mammuthus primigenius from the Pleistocen in Russia
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Mamut Mammuthus primigenius from the Pleistocen in Russia
Stock Photo #4409-153343, HOMO SAPIENS DEL MEDIO PLEISTOCENO. Location: FACULTAD DE BIOLOGICAS, MADRID, SPAIN.
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HOMO SAPIENS DEL MEDIO PLEISTOCENO. Location: FACULTAD DE BIOLOGICAS, MADRID, SPAIN.
Stock Photo #4409-105993, TRINCHERA DOLINA-CUEVA DE LOS ZARPAZOS-INTERIOR(ENCONTRADOS MATERIALES ENTRE 350 MIL Y 110 MIL AÑOS. Location: YACIMIENTOS, SPAIN.
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TRINCHERA DOLINA-CUEVA DE LOS ZARPAZOS-INTERIOR(ENCONTRADOS MATERIALES ENTRE 350 MIL Y 110 MIL AÑOS. Location: YACIMIENTOS, S...
TRINCHERA DOLINA-CUEVA DE LOS ZARPAZOS-INTERIOR(ENCONTRADOS MATERIALES ENTRE 350 MIL Y 110 MIL AÑOS. Location: YACIMIENTOS, SPAIN.
Stock Photo #4239-6561, Two Sabre-Toothed Tigers battle over the carcass of a Woolly Rhinoceros.
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Stock Photo #4239R-4888, A pair of Sabre Tooth Tigers experience the first signs of winter snow in their mountainous habitat.
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A pair of Sabre Tooth Tigers experience the first signs of winter snow in their mountainous habitat.
Stock Photo #1566-1291423, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4239R-8863, Large mammoth walking slowly on the snowy mountain against the wind.
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Stock Photo #4239R-8865, Large mammoth, white background.
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Stock Photo #4239-6571, A herd of woolly rhinoceros scratching away at the permafrost ground in the hopes of finding something to eat during this severe Pleistocene winter.
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A herd of woolly rhinoceros scratching away at the permafrost ground in the hopes of finding something to eat during this sev...
A herd of woolly rhinoceros scratching away at the permafrost ground in the hopes of finding something to eat during this severe Pleistocene winter.
Stock Photo #4409-66644, Primitive men with spears hunting a glyptodon (Greek for "grooved or carved tooth") a large, armored mammal of the family Glyptodontidae, related to the armadillo.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. These images come from a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company in 1908. Natural historian Wil
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Primitive men with spears hunting a glyptodon (Greek for "grooved or carved tooth") a large, armored mammal of the family Gly...
Primitive men with spears hunting a glyptodon (Greek for "grooved or carved tooth") a large, armored mammal of the family Glyptodontidae, related to the armadillo.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. These images come from a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company in 1908. Natural historian Wil
Stock Photo #4055-1865, Badwater, Death Valley National Park, California
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Badwater, Death Valley National Park, California
Stock Photo #4239R-8629, Diprotodon sharing the grounds with some early kangaroos on the edge of a Eucalyptus forest with a mix of Kauri trees and other vegetation. Diprotodon are an ancient marsupial ancestor of the wombat and koala. They lived and fed where forests changed to grasslands. Diprotodons date back to 1.6 million years ago in the fossil record until about 46,000 years ago, approximately the time the first humans began to spread through Australia.
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Diprotodon sharing the grounds with some early kangaroos on the edge of a Eucalyptus forest with a mix of Kauri trees and oth...
Diprotodon sharing the grounds with some early kangaroos on the edge of a Eucalyptus forest with a mix of Kauri trees and other vegetation. Diprotodon are an ancient marsupial ancestor of the wombat and koala. They lived and fed where forests changed to grasslands. Diprotodons date back to 1.6 million years ago in the fossil record until about 46,000 years ago, approximately the time the first humans began to spread through Australia.
Stock Photo #1566-1291445, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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 #4239R-8681, Illustration of a Smilodon Cat from the Cenozoic Era. Smilodon Cat lived in North America from the Eocene to Pleistocene Period and preyed on many large animals.
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Illustration of a Smilodon Cat from the Cenozoic Era. Smilodon Cat lived in North America from the Eocene to Pleistocene Peri...
Illustration of a Smilodon Cat from the Cenozoic Era. Smilodon Cat lived in North America from the Eocene to Pleistocene Period and preyed on many large animals.
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 #1746-2659, Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthis) skeleton, approximately 3m (9ft) high 5.5m (16ft) long, discovered in the ice in Siberia in 1799. Extinct genus of elephant from Pleistocene Epoch (2,500,000 to 10,000 years ago) found in fossil deposits and in northern Europe
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Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthis) skeleton, approximately 3m (9ft) high 5.5m (16ft) long, discovered in the ice in Siberia in 1799. ...
Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthis) skeleton, approximately 3m (9ft) high 5.5m (16ft) long, discovered in the ice in Siberia in 1799. Extinct genus of elephant from Pleistocene Epoch (2,500,000 to 10,000 years ago) found in fossil deposits and in northern Europe
Stock Photo #4409-38682, Drawing that recreates the lifestyle of Java Man.
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Drawing that recreates the lifestyle of Java Man.
Stock Photo #4239R-6699, A saber-toothed cat looks across a river at a family of deer.
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A saber-toothed cat looks across a river at a family of deer.
Stock Photo #4409-66032, Mastodon, a large tusked mammal species of the extinct genus Mammut during the Oligocene to Pleistocene eras. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Mastodon, a large tusked mammal species of the extinct genus Mammut during the Oligocene to Pleistocene eras. Colour printed ...
Mastodon, a large tusked mammal species of the extinct genus Mammut during the Oligocene to Pleistocene eras. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4239R-6696, A saber-toothed cat tries to drive a short-faced bear out of its territory. The bear is annoyed and roars back in retaliation.
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A saber-toothed cat tries to drive a short-faced bear out of its territory. The bear is annoyed and roars back in retaliation...
A saber-toothed cat tries to drive a short-faced bear out of its territory. The bear is annoyed and roars back in retaliation.
Stock Photo #4272-16259, A commiphora tree struggles to survive among basalt boulders - an aftermath of Pleistocene volcanic activity - that litter the countryside at the inhospitable southeast corner of Lake Turkana. The remarkable colour of the lake's alkaline water is caused by green algae with high chlorophyll concentrations. People often refer to the lake as the Jade Sea.
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A commiphora tree struggles to survive among basalt boulders - an aftermath of Pleistocene volcanic activity - that litter th...
A commiphora tree struggles to survive among basalt boulders - an aftermath of Pleistocene volcanic activity - that litter the countryside at the inhospitable southeast corner of Lake Turkana. The remarkable colour of the lake's alkaline water is caused by green algae with high chlorophyll concentrations. People often refer to the lake as the Jade Sea.
Stock Photo #4239-6555, A pair of Woolly Rhinoceros brave a harsh cold winter during Earth's Pleistocene Era.
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A pair of Woolly Rhinoceros brave a harsh cold winter during Earth's Pleistocene Era.
Stock Photo #1848-8472, Mammoth Styrassic park Bad Gleichenberg Styria Austria Europe
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Stock Photo #4239R-6698, A Smilodon sits on a rock outcropping surrounded by golden fall fields. Looking down into the dense grass, he sees something he doesn't like. He snarls and bears his wicked teeth as something threatens him from below.
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A Smilodon sits on a rock outcropping surrounded by golden fall fields. Looking down into the dense grass, he sees something ...
A Smilodon sits on a rock outcropping surrounded by golden fall fields. Looking down into the dense grass, he sees something he doesn't like. He snarls and bears his wicked teeth as something threatens him from below.
Stock Photo #4409-71510, Irish Elk, Megaloceros giganteus, extinct species of giant deer from the Late Pleistocene. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company.
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Irish Elk, Megaloceros giganteus, extinct species of giant deer from the Late Pleistocene. Colour printed (chromolithograph) ...
Irish Elk, Megaloceros giganteus, extinct species of giant deer from the Late Pleistocene. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company.
Stock Photo #4239R-8864, Large mammoth walking slowly on the snowy mountain.
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Large mammoth walking slowly on the snowy mountain.
Stock Photo #4413-120285, Fossil Skull of Saber-toothed Cat profil
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Stock Photo #1788-5329, Side profile of a mammoth standing on a polar landscape
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Side profile of a mammoth standing on a polar landscape
Stock Photo #1597-179300, Pine, Jaw, gigantic deer, Megalocerus giganteus germanicus, Pleistocene, fossil, fossilization, primeval times, deer, stag, tooth, animal,
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Pine, Jaw, gigantic deer, Megalocerus giganteus germanicus, Pleistocene, fossil, fossilization, primeval times, deer, stag, t...
Pine, Jaw, gigantic deer, Megalocerus giganteus germanicus, Pleistocene, fossil, fossilization, primeval times, deer, stag, tooth, animal,
Stock Photo #4409-69086, Megatherium americanum (Great Beast) was a genus of elephant-sized ground sloths native to America from the Pliocene through Pleistocene eras.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Megatherium americanum (Great Beast) was a genus of elephant-sized ground sloths native to America from the Pliocene through ...
Megatherium americanum (Great Beast) was a genus of elephant-sized ground sloths native to America from the Pliocene through Pleistocene eras.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4286-42187, people at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
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people at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
Stock Photo #4239R-7240, A pack of Saber Tooth Cats attack a small Woolly Mammoth while his herd comes to the rescue.
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A pack of Saber Tooth Cats attack a small Woolly Mammoth while his herd comes to the rescue.
Stock Photo #1566-1291430, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4239-829, Pleistocene Black Vultures feed on carrion two million years ago in what is today the western United States
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Pleistocene Black Vultures feed on carrion two million years ago in what is today the western United States
Stock Photo #4187-2106, Canadian Museum of Nature
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Stock Photo #4239-6541, A lone Sabre-Toothed Tiger on the lookout for its next meal during Earth's Pleistocene Era of time.
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A lone Sabre-Toothed Tiger on the lookout for its next meal during Earth's Pleistocene Era of time.
Stock Photo #4239R-9066, A pair of sabre-toothed cats, also known as Smildons, resting during the heat of a hot Pleistocene day.
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A pair of sabre-toothed cats, also known as Smildons, resting during the heat of a hot Pleistocene day.
Stock Photo #4409-53314, Representación de una ESCENA DE CAZA DEL "HOMO ANTECESSOR". Vivió hace 780.000 años, tratándose del más antiguo antepasado europeo conocido. Llegó procedente de Africa hace un millón de años. Se trataba de un homínido robusto, de estatura media y con una capacidad craneal de 1.000 centímetros cúbicos. Exposición de "Atapuerca: Un Millón de Años". Museo de Burgos. Castilla-León.
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Representación de una ESCENA DE CAZA DEL "HOMO ANTECESSOR". Vivió hace 780.000 años, tratándose del más antiguo antepasado eu...
Representación de una ESCENA DE CAZA DEL "HOMO ANTECESSOR". Vivió hace 780.000 años, tratándose del más antiguo antepasado europeo conocido. Llegó procedente de Africa hace un millón de años. Se trataba de un homínido robusto, de estatura media y con una capacidad craneal de 1.000 centímetros cúbicos. Exposición de "Atapuerca: Un Millón de Años". Museo de Burgos. Castilla-León.
Stock Photo #4239R-8667, The Megalodon shark is an extinct megatoothed shark that existed in prehistoric times, from the Oligocene to the Pleistocene Epochs.
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The Megalodon shark is an extinct megatoothed shark that existed in prehistoric times, from the Oligocene to the Pleistocene ...
The Megalodon shark is an extinct megatoothed shark that existed in prehistoric times, from the Oligocene to the Pleistocene Epochs.
Stock Photo #1566-1291439, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #1566-1291441, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Stock Photo #4239-4523, A lone Sabre Tooth Tiger springs its trap as it leaps out at any ususpecting prey.
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A lone Sabre Tooth Tiger springs its trap as it leaps out at any ususpecting prey.
Stock Photo #1848-452912, Gravel road on Hardangervidda, Fylke Hordaland, Plateaufjell and Europe´s largest high plateau, Norway, Europe
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Gravel road on Hardangervidda, Fylke Hordaland, Plateaufjell and Europe´s largest high plateau, Norway, Europe
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-4859, A Smilodon Cat from prehistoric times is on the prowl for his next prey.
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A Smilodon Cat from prehistoric times is on the prowl for his next prey.
Stock Photo #1575-9737, Garibaldi Mountain, British Columbia, Canada
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Garibaldi Mountain, British Columbia, Canada
Stock Photo #4239-4521, A lone Sabre Tooth Tiger observes the landscape in hopes of spotting possible prey for its next meal.
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A lone Sabre Tooth Tiger observes the landscape in hopes of spotting possible prey for its next meal.
Stock Photo #4239R-7508, A family of Saber Toothed Tigers watch a herd of Woolly Mammoths pass by their den.
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A family of Saber Toothed Tigers watch a herd of Woolly Mammoths pass by their den.
Stock Photo #4239R-5833, A lone Sabre Toothed Tiger perched on a rock.
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A lone Sabre Toothed Tiger perched on a rock.
Stock Photo #4413-120283, Fossil Skull of Saber-toothed Cat 3 / 4 on black background
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Stock Photo #4268R-15676, Anatomical illustration of a Pleistocene Edentate (Glyptodon reticulatus), an early mammal
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Anatomical illustration of a Pleistocene Edentate (Glyptodon reticulatus), an early mammal
Stock Photo #4239-4525, A lone Sabre Tooth Tiger stands in the entrance to his home, overlooking the landscape before it.
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A lone Sabre Tooth Tiger stands in the entrance to his home, overlooking the landscape before it.
Stock Photo #4239R-6681, A pair of Macrauchenia grazing in a prehistoric forest.
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A pair of Macrauchenia grazing in a prehistoric forest.
Stock Photo #4239R-8692, The Woolly Mammoth is an extinct herbivorous mammals that lived from the Pleistocene to the Holocene Periods.
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The Woolly Mammoth is an extinct herbivorous mammals that lived from the Pleistocene to the Holocene Periods.
Stock Photo #4430-4823, hunting prehistory reindeer hunt in the moraine landscape of Upper Swabia during the last Pleistocene after painting by W.Kranz wood engraving 19th century,
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hunting prehistory reindeer hunt in the moraine landscape of Upper Swabia during the last Pleistocene after painting by W.Kra...
hunting prehistory reindeer hunt in the moraine landscape of Upper Swabia during the last Pleistocene after painting by W.Kranz wood engraving 19th century,
Stock Photo #1566-1291440, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #1788-5330, Close-up of a diprotodon with its young
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Close-up of a diprotodon with its young
Stock Photo #4286-42191, RV passing people at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
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RV passing people at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
Stock Photo #1566-1403915, A lioness resting and while tourists a 4x4 photograph Orient Express them constantly in the vicinity of Camp Savute Elephant Camp by Orient Express in Botswana in the Chobe National Park. The lion ( Panthera leo) is a carnivorous mammal of the Felidae family and one of the species of the genus Panthera. Some males , exceptionally large , weighing up to 250 kg , 3 making them the second -largest living cat after the tiger. Wild lions live in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia with a critically endangere
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A lioness resting and while tourists a 4x4 photograph Orient Express them constantly in the vicinity of Camp Savute Elephant ...
A lioness resting and while tourists a 4x4 photograph Orient Express them constantly in the vicinity of Camp Savute Elephant Camp by Orient Express in Botswana in the Chobe National Park. The lion ( Panthera leo) is a carnivorous mammal of the Felidae family and one of the species of the genus Panthera. Some males , exceptionally large , weighing up to 250 kg , 3 making them the second -largest living cat after the tiger. Wild lions live in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia with a critically endangere
Stock Photo #1598R-10081232, Mount Washington is a deeply eroded shield volcano in the Cascade Range of Oregon. The mountain dates to the Late Pleistocene. However, it does have a line of basaltic andesite spatter cones on its northeast flank which are approximately 1,330 years old according to carbon dating. The main peak is a volcanic plug that was heavily eroded by glaciers in the last ice age.
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Mount Washington is a deeply eroded shield volcano in the Cascade Range of Oregon. The mountain dates to the Late Pleistocene...
Mount Washington is a deeply eroded shield volcano in the Cascade Range of Oregon. The mountain dates to the Late Pleistocene. However, it does have a line of basaltic andesite spatter cones on its northeast flank which are approximately 1,330 years old according to carbon dating. The main peak is a volcanic plug that was heavily eroded by glaciers in the last ice age.
Stock Photo #4239-6520, A lone carnivorous Sabre-Toothed Tiger stalking its next meal.
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A lone carnivorous Sabre-Toothed Tiger stalking its next meal.
Stock Photo #4413-120262, Dire Wolf Skull Fossil profil on a black background
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Stock Photo #1566-1291429, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4272-16571, Burchell's zebra (Equus burchelli) are dwarfed by the huge fluted escarpments that dominate the volcanic landscape at Hell's Gate, south of Lake Naivasha. When the level of Lake Naivasha was much higher in the Pleistocene epoch, these escarpments bounded a fast-flowing outlet.
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Burchell's zebra (Equus burchelli) are dwarfed by the huge fluted escarpments that dominate the volcanic landscape at Hell's ...
Burchell's zebra (Equus burchelli) are dwarfed by the huge fluted escarpments that dominate the volcanic landscape at Hell's Gate, south of Lake Naivasha. When the level of Lake Naivasha was much higher in the Pleistocene epoch, these escarpments bounded a fast-flowing outlet.
Stock Photo #4239R-8652, The Columbian mammoth is an extinct species of elephant that inhabited what is now the Americas in the Pleistocene Age.
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The Columbian mammoth is an extinct species of elephant that inhabited what is now the Americas in the Pleistocene Age.
Stock Photo #4409-61200, Homo heidelbergensis. Skull number 5. Discovered in the Pit of Bones Site of Atapuerca (Spain). European Middle Pleistocene. Natural History Museum. London. United Kingdom.
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Homo heidelbergensis. Skull number 5. Discovered in the Pit of Bones Site of Atapuerca (Spain). European Middle Pleistocene. ...
Homo heidelbergensis. Skull number 5. Discovered in the Pit of Bones Site of Atapuerca (Spain). European Middle Pleistocene. Natural History Museum. London. United Kingdom.
Stock Photo #4316-673, Lenticular Cloud Cap Engulfs the Summit Ramparts of Mount Hunter
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Lenticular Cloud Cap Engulfs the Summit Ramparts of Mount Hunter
Stock Photo #4316-1749, Sneffels Range
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Sneffels Range
Stock Photo #4239R-5821, A school of fish encounter a monstrous Megalodon shark.
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A school of fish encounter a monstrous Megalodon shark.
Stock Photo #4239R-8888, Homo Erectus man next to modern human being.
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Homo Erectus man next to modern human being.
Stock Photo #4272-16284, Euphorbia shrubs thrive among a confusion of basalt lava boulders at the southern end of Lake Turkana, near Sirima. Extensive lava fields in this region are an aftermath of Pleistocene volcanic activity and make walking a perfect misery.
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Euphorbia shrubs thrive among a confusion of basalt lava boulders at the southern end of Lake Turkana, near Sirima. Extensive...
Euphorbia shrubs thrive among a confusion of basalt lava boulders at the southern end of Lake Turkana, near Sirima. Extensive lava fields in this region are an aftermath of Pleistocene volcanic activity and make walking a perfect misery.
Stock Photo #4413-120287, Fossil Skull of Saber-toothed Cat face on black background
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Fossil Skull of Saber-toothed Cat face on black background
Stock Photo #4239R-9174, Sabre-toothed tigers from the Pleistocene Era find a 1950's American Chevrolet and signs of an advanced civilization.
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Sabre-toothed tigers from the Pleistocene Era find a 1950's American Chevrolet and signs of an advanced civilization.
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 #4282-9435, England, Suffolk, Bawdsey. Bawdsey Manor sited at a prominent position at the mouth of the River Deben close to the village of Bawdsey in Suffolk.
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England, Suffolk, Bawdsey. Bawdsey Manor sited at a prominent position at the mouth of the River Deben close to the village o...
England, Suffolk, Bawdsey. Bawdsey Manor sited at a prominent position at the mouth of the River Deben close to the village of Bawdsey in Suffolk.
Stock Photo #1848-54942, The beach of Villa di Nerone, south of Rome, hosts fantastic pleistocene sandstone depositions with fossils of conches and easily recnogizable stratigraphy.
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The beach of Villa di Nerone, south of Rome, hosts fantastic pleistocene sandstone depositions with fossils of conches and ea...
The beach of Villa di Nerone, south of Rome, hosts fantastic pleistocene sandstone depositions with fossils of conches and easily recnogizable stratigraphy.
Stock Photo #1840-29456, Aerial view of the Tasman Glacier in Mount Cook National Park, South Island, New Zealand.
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Aerial view of the Tasman Glacier in Mount Cook National Park, South Island, New Zealand.
Stock Photo #4239R-6687, An Irish Elk stands proudly in a dense forest.
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An Irish Elk stands proudly in a dense forest.
Stock Photo #4239-6505, Thylacoleo, a marsupial lion from the Pleistocene Age. Mixed media.
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Thylacoleo, a marsupial lion from the Pleistocene Age. Mixed media.
Stock Photo #4239-6567, A lone Sabre-Toothed Tiger takes to the high ground in its quest to survive a freezing cold Pleistocene winter.
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A lone Sabre-Toothed Tiger takes to the high ground in its quest to survive a freezing cold Pleistocene winter.
Stock Photo #4316-138, A Glaciated Ridge of Icefield Ranges
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A Glaciated Ridge of Icefield Ranges
Stock Photo #4421-32264, Fossilized beaver tooth embedded in 'Eccles concrete' river deposits in Cromer Forest Beds, laid down over 500,000 years ago
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Fossilized beaver tooth embedded in 'Eccles concrete' river deposits in Cromer Forest Beds, laid down over 500,000 years ago
Stock Photo #4239R-8882, Mammoth walking through a blizzard on mountain.
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Mammoth walking through a blizzard on mountain.
Stock Photo #4239R-6692, Dinofelis, a prehistoric cat with very long teeth, is waiting atop a rock in the forest.
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Dinofelis, a prehistoric cat with very long teeth, is waiting atop a rock in the forest.
Stock Photo #1566-358479, Fossil. Mammuthus primigenius tooth (12cm long). Pleistocene. Holland.
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Fossil. Mammuthus primigenius tooth (12cm long). Pleistocene. Holland.
Stock Photo #4239R-8861, Two large mammoths walking slowly on the snowy mountain against the wind.
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Two large mammoths walking slowly on the snowy mountain against the wind.
Stock Photo #4239R-4856, A Saber-Tooth cat pounces onto a frightened Buffalo in prehistoric times.
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A Saber-Tooth cat pounces onto a frightened Buffalo in prehistoric times.
Stock Photo #4409-53473, Homo heidelbergensis. Skull number 5. Discovered in the Pit of Bones Site of Atapuerca (Spain). European Middle Pleistocene. Atapuerca. Spain.
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Homo heidelbergensis. Skull number 5. Discovered in the Pit of Bones Site of Atapuerca (Spain). European Middle Pleistocene. ...
Homo heidelbergensis. Skull number 5. Discovered in the Pit of Bones Site of Atapuerca (Spain). European Middle Pleistocene. Atapuerca. Spain.
Stock Photo #4239R-4857, The Megalodon was the most powerful predator in the seas of the Cenozoic Era of Earth's history. Here he devours two swift swimming tuna in one large gulp. This shark was 16 metres or 52 feet long and its teeth remain in fossil beds.
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The Megalodon was the most powerful predator in the seas of the Cenozoic Era of Earth's history. Here he devours two swift sw...
The Megalodon was the most powerful predator in the seas of the Cenozoic Era of Earth's history. Here he devours two swift swimming tuna in one large gulp. This shark was 16 metres or 52 feet long and its teeth remain in fossil beds.
Stock Photo #1566-1291431, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4409-71477, The woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) is an extinct species of rhinoceros native to the northern steppes of Eurasia that lived during the Pleistocene epoch and survived the last glacial period.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural
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The woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) is an extinct species of rhinoceros native to the northern steppes of Eurasia...
The woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) is an extinct species of rhinoceros native to the northern steppes of Eurasia that lived during the Pleistocene epoch and survived the last glacial period.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural
Stock Photo #4286-42186, people at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
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people at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
Stock Photo #4239R-6682, Megaloceros giganteus, commonly called the Irish Elk, stands in deep grass on a foggy hillside.
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Megaloceros giganteus, commonly called the Irish Elk, stands in deep grass on a foggy hillside.
Stock Photo #4239R-9175, A pair of curious Sabre-toothed Tigers come across a 1950's American Chevrolet during the Pleistocene Age.
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A pair of curious Sabre-toothed Tigers come across a 1950's American Chevrolet during the Pleistocene Age.
Stock Photo #4286-42193, RV passing people at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
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RV passing people at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
Stock Photo #4268R-15677, Illustration of a Pleistocene Placental (Megatherium americanum), an early mammal
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Illustration of a Pleistocene Placental (Megatherium americanum), an early mammal
Stock Photo #4409-153336, CRANEO DE HOMBRE DE PEKIN - HOMO ERECTUS - MEDIO PLEISTOCENO - 300.000 AÑOS. Location: FACULTAD DE BIOLOGICAS, MADRID, SPAIN.
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CRANEO DE HOMBRE DE PEKIN - HOMO ERECTUS - MEDIO PLEISTOCENO - 300.000 AÑOS. Location: FACULTAD DE BIOLOGICAS, MADRID, SPAIN.
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 #4409-68890, Cave bear, Ursus spelaeus, extinct species of bear from the Pleistocene, standing on a dead elephant. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company.
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Cave bear, Ursus spelaeus, extinct species of bear from the Pleistocene, standing on a dead elephant. Colour printed (chromol...
Cave bear, Ursus spelaeus, extinct species of bear from the Pleistocene, standing on a dead elephant. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company.
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 #1566-1291433, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #1566-1291442, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4141-30428, skeleton of dire wolf (canis dirus). the dire wolf is an extinct carnivorous mammal of the genus canis, and was most common in north america and south america during the pleistocene. although it was closely related to the grey wolf. unlike the grey wolf, which is of eurasian origin, the dire wolf evolved on the north american continent, along with the coyote. the dire wolf co-existed with the grey wolf in north america for about 100,000 years. approximately 10,000 years ago, the dire wolf became
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skeleton of dire wolf (canis dirus). the dire wolf is an extinct carnivorous mammal of the genus canis, and was most common i...
skeleton of dire wolf (canis dirus). the dire wolf is an extinct carnivorous mammal of the genus canis, and was most common in north america and south america during the pleistocene. although it was closely related to the grey wolf. unlike the grey wolf, which is of eurasian origin, the dire wolf evolved on the north american continent, along with the coyote. the dire wolf co-existed with the grey wolf in north america for about 100,000 years. approximately 10,000 years ago, the dire wolf became
Stock Photo #4316-708, A Mono Lake Tufa Castle at Dusk
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A Mono Lake Tufa Castle at Dusk
Stock Photo #4239R-8693, Woolly Rhinoceros is an extinct mammal that lived during the Pleistocene Period in Europe and Asia.
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Woolly Rhinoceros is an extinct mammal that lived during the Pleistocene Period in Europe and Asia.
Stock Photo #4332-1737, Aerial view of peidmont lobe of the Bering Glacier and Lake Vitus, Alaska.
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Aerial view of peidmont lobe of the Bering Glacier and Lake Vitus, Alaska.
Stock Photo #4421-32266, Fossilized deformed tooth from Straight-tusked Elephant (Elephas antiquus) from Cromer Forest Beds, laid down over 500,000 years ago
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Fossilized deformed tooth from Straight-tusked Elephant (Elephas antiquus) from Cromer Forest Beds, laid down over 500,000 ye...
Fossilized deformed tooth from Straight-tusked Elephant (Elephas antiquus) from Cromer Forest Beds, laid down over 500,000 years ago
Stock Photo #4239R-6697, Smolodon on a mountainside.
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Smolodon on a mountainside.
Stock Photo #4239R-4855, The Saber Tooth cat is a feline that is now extinct which was a top worldwide predator in the Eocene and Pleistocene Epoch.
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The Saber Tooth cat is a feline that is now extinct which was a top worldwide predator in the Eocene and Pleistocene Epoch.
Stock Photo #1566-1291436, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #1566-1291438, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
Stock Photo #4316-2228, Ocherous Light on Yosemite Valley's Cathedral Rocks and Bridal Veil Falls
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Ocherous Light on Yosemite Valley's Cathedral Rocks and Bridal Veil Falls
Stock Photo #1566-1291425, Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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Arqueological Site of Atapuerca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Atapuerca Mountains, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, Europe.
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 #4239-6521, A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers hunting in a snow covered Pleistocene winter landscape.
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A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers hunting in a snow covered Pleistocene winter landscape.
Stock Photo #4286-42189, Standing water at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
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Standing water at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
Stock Photo #1848-764310, Waterfall in Paehlschlucht gorge near Paehl am Ammersee, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
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Waterfall in Paehlschlucht gorge near Paehl am Ammersee, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #4239R-8665, The Megalodon shark is an extinct megatoothed shark that existed in prehistoric times, from the Oligocene to the Pleistocene Epochs.
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The Megalodon shark is an extinct megatoothed shark that existed in prehistoric times, from the Oligocene to the Pleistocene ...
The Megalodon shark is an extinct megatoothed shark that existed in prehistoric times, from the Oligocene to the Pleistocene Epochs.
Stock Photo #4239R-7298, Big felines size chart, featuring Panthera leo atrox, Smilodon populator, Panthera tigris acutidens, Panthera leo spelaea and Panthera tigris altaica (the modern siberian tiger).
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Big felines size chart, featuring Panthera leo atrox, Smilodon populator, Panthera tigris acutidens, Panthera leo spelaea and...
Big felines size chart, featuring Panthera leo atrox, Smilodon populator, Panthera tigris acutidens, Panthera leo spelaea and Panthera tigris altaica (the modern siberian tiger).
Stock Photo #4268R-13607, Illustration of Equus, Megacerops, and Uintatherium skulls with large, medium, and small brains highlighted in red
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Illustration of Equus, Megacerops, and Uintatherium skulls with large, medium, and small brains highlighted in red
Stock Photo #4239R-6665, A mammoth standing among stones on a hillside.
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A mammoth standing among stones on a hillside.
Stock Photo #4316-656, A Lenticular Cloud Envelops The Summit Of Alaska's Mount McKinley, North America's Highest Point
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A Lenticular Cloud Envelops The Summit Of Alaska's Mount McKinley, North America's Highest Point
Stock Photo #4239R-8666, The Megalodon shark is an extinct megatoothed shark that existed in prehistoric times, from the Oligocene to the Pleistocene Epochs.
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The Megalodon shark is an extinct megatoothed shark that existed in prehistoric times, from the Oligocene to the Pleistocene ...
The Megalodon shark is an extinct megatoothed shark that existed in prehistoric times, from the Oligocene to the Pleistocene Epochs.
Stock Photo #4316-2171, Brilliant Dawn Light Silhouettes Mono Lake's Exposed Tufa Towers
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Brilliant Dawn Light Silhouettes Mono Lake's Exposed Tufa Towers
Stock Photo #4239R-6691, A rabbit witnesses a herd of mammoths in a snowy forest.
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A rabbit witnesses a herd of mammoths in a snowy forest.
Stock Photo #4141-30424, gomphotherium, closely related to mastodons disappeared before the end of the pleistocene. the 3 m (10 ft) tall creature, also known as trilophodon or tetrabelodon, resembled a modern elephant but had four tusks instead of two: two on the upper jaw and two on the elongated lower jaw. the lower ones are parallel and shaped like a shovel and were probably used as such. unlike modern elephants, the upper tusks were covered by a layer of enamel. these animals probably lived in swamps or near lakes,
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gomphotherium, closely related to mastodons disappeared before the end of the pleistocene. the 3 m (10 ft) tall creature, als...
gomphotherium, closely related to mastodons disappeared before the end of the pleistocene. the 3 m (10 ft) tall creature, also known as trilophodon or tetrabelodon, resembled a modern elephant but had four tusks instead of two: two on the upper jaw and two on the elongated lower jaw. the lower ones are parallel and shaped like a shovel and were probably used as such. unlike modern elephants, the upper tusks were covered by a layer of enamel. these animals probably lived in swamps or near lakes,
Stock Photo #4239-6536, A pair of Arctodus bears, also known as short-faced bears, courting each other during Earth's Pleistocene era.
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A pair of Arctodus bears, also known as short-faced bears, courting each other during Earth's Pleistocene era.
Stock Photo #4239-6518, A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers, also known as Smilodons, alive during the Pleistocene period of time.
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A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers, also known as Smilodons, alive during the Pleistocene period of time.
Stock Photo #4286-42190, salt crusted puddle at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
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salt crusted puddle at Badwater in Death Valley National Park California
Stock Photo #4239-6562, A large female Deinotherium with her twin calves during Earth's Pleistocene Era. Deinotherium are ancestors of modern day elephants.
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A large female Deinotherium with her twin calves during Earth's Pleistocene Era. Deinotherium are ancestors of modern day ele...
A large female Deinotherium with her twin calves during Earth's Pleistocene Era. Deinotherium are ancestors of modern day elephants.
Stock Photo #1788-5319, Two osteoborus in a field
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Two osteoborus in a field
Stock Photo #4409-105992, VISTA DE LA COVACHA DE LOS ZARPAZOS LUGAR DONDE SE ENCONTRARON MATERIALES FOSILESDE ENTRE 350000 Y 110000 AÑOS DE ANTIGÜEDAD. Location: YACIMIENTOS, SPAIN.
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VISTA DE LA COVACHA DE LOS ZARPAZOS LUGAR DONDE SE ENCONTRARON MATERIALES FOSILESDE ENTRE 350000 Y 110000 AÑOS DE ANTIGÜEDAD....
VISTA DE LA COVACHA DE LOS ZARPAZOS LUGAR DONDE SE ENCONTRARON MATERIALES FOSILESDE ENTRE 350000 Y 110000 AÑOS DE ANTIGÜEDAD. Location: YACIMIENTOS, SPAIN.
Stock Photo #4409-137766, RESTOS OSEOS DE FAUNA DEL PALEOLITICO: MANDIBULA DEL ELEPHAS ANTIQUUS, ANTIGUO ELEFANTE DEL PLEISTOCENO, PROCEDENTE DEL VALLE DEL MANZANARES (DEPOSITO: MUSEO ARQUEOLOGICO NACIONAL).
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RESTOS OSEOS DE FAUNA DEL PALEOLITICO: MANDIBULA DEL ELEPHAS ANTIQUUS, ANTIGUO ELEFANTE DEL PLEISTOCENO, PROCEDENTE DEL VALLE...
RESTOS OSEOS DE FAUNA DEL PALEOLITICO: MANDIBULA DEL ELEPHAS ANTIQUUS, ANTIGUO ELEFANTE DEL PLEISTOCENO, PROCEDENTE DEL VALLE DEL MANZANARES (DEPOSITO: MUSEO ARQUEOLOGICO NACIONAL).

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