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Ice Age Hunting Camp, Replete With Bird Bones and Tobacco, Found in Utah Desert Posted by Blake de Pastino on July 25, 2016 in anthropology, archaeology, Great Basin, hunting, Ice Age, Indians, Native Americans, news, stone points, tobacco, Utah | 961 Views |

Ice Age Hunting Camp, Replete With Bird Bones and Tobacco, Found in Utah Desert

Primal Carnage - Welcome by IsisMasshiro on DeviantArt

Primal Carnage © Lukewarm Media My first gameplay in Primal Carnage. I didn’t have any clue about anything so it was interesting to learn stuff. Primal Carnage - Welcome

Janjucetus hunderi by Gogosardina.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

This ancient whale, extinct 25 million years, was a vicious hunter, scientists figure. Though likely an ancestor of modern baleen whales, gentle giants of seas this beast had monstrous teeth and huge eyes thought to have been good for hunting.

yesterday i rewatched all jurassic parks.... by nebezial.deviantart.com on @deviantART

and was harshly reminded of how jurassic park 3 annoyed me. yesterday i rewatched all jurassic parks.

Bears by SameerPrehistorica on DeviantArt: "Arctotherium Angustidens(Extinct), Pleistocene Polar Bear(Extinct), Arctodus Simus(Extinct), Cave Bear(Extinct), Polar Bear, Kodiak Bear, Grizzly Bear, American Black Bear, Asian Black Bear, Spectacled Bear, Sloth Bear, Panda Bear and Sun Bear."

Extinct & extant bear species size comparison by ~SameerPrehistorica on deviantART

A Little Giant  ||  A fossil skull might indicate the location of a prehistoric whale breeding ground https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/laelaps/a-little-giant/?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest

A fossil skull might indicate the location of a prehistoric whale breeding ground

The Isle - Lowest tier by IsisMasshiro

Psittacosaurus is the weakest dinosaur among orodromeus in the game. Only way to survive are hiding and being cute. The Isle - Lowest tier

Brygmophyseter

Described for the first time in 1992 as Scaldicetus shigensis, it was renamed Nagacetus shigensis in 2006 and finally Brygmophyseter shigensis the same .

Walking with Dinosaurs: Brachiosaurus by TrefRex

Brachiosaurus altithorax Named by Elmer Riggs, 1903 Diet: Herbivore (A high browser) Type: Sauropodomorph sauropod (Macronarian) dinosaur Size: 82 feet meters) long and around 43 tons (Note: Si.

The lessons from Snowmastodon - An amazing discovery occurred in 2010 about a quarter-mile from the ski lifts of Snowmass.

Best: The lessons from Snowmastodon

Steve Holen, curator of archaeology at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, stands behind a giant Ice Age bison skull unearthed at the Museum's fossil dig at Ziegler Reservoir.

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