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Prehistoric Mammal Thread by Clara Turveyham - Wed, 12 Feb 2014 14:36:15 EST ID:Xnw2kV/u No.21113 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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What's your favorite prehistoric mammal? I love me a good gomphotheres.
Henry Gepperstone - Fri, 14 Feb 2014 11:56:14 EST ID:I8Locw/D No.21148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Not sure about any specific mammal, but god damn I love them whales. Greater story about life returning to the sea have never been told.
Ebenezer Cimmerdale - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 20:27:54 EST ID:tXjOZ/aO No.21286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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why cave man never tamed and rode giant armadillos is beyond me,
WAY better then dumb horses
Whitey Chollynure - Sun, 23 Feb 2014 12:02:35 EST ID:f+EmNJMJ No.21288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds like you've never had the pleasure of eating a massive succulent, sweet and rich steak of giant armadillo for dinner.
Angus Murdfuck - Sun, 23 Feb 2014 14:01:59 EST ID:TDvoYFAJ No.21289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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if they tamed them they could be domesticated and would still be around to eat today
Also technically they are not armadillos but glyptodons
This species was weaponized. Imagine ancient Americans encountering these fuckers for the first time.
ghj - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 02:43:07 EST ID:x5e62uB9 No.21344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
appearently these things exsisted in south America in isolation at the same time as saber totth tigers
Ian Drankinway - Thu, 27 Feb 2014 03:43:27 EST ID:cQD+PYCo No.21401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Imagine hunting one of these fuckers

Also did you guys hear about the extinction of the mammoths happening after the pyramids were started? That shit blew my mind
Simon Pollerwag - Mon, 03 Mar 2014 21:22:55 EST ID:9E+8kFg0 No.21447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Simon Pollerwag - Mon, 03 Mar 2014 21:29:42 EST ID:9E+8kFg0 No.21450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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there teeth where brittle and broke easilly so they only attacked when it was sure to be a kill - or some shit like that i forget....
Phoebe Sengerwell - Tue, 04 Mar 2014 00:42:42 EST ID:/Tf+PBVL No.21461 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I, too, would like more info on this giant killer swan.
Emma Buzzspear - Tue, 04 Mar 2014 10:06:57 EST ID:I8Locw/D No.21468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cygnus falconeri, the Giant Swan, was a very large Siculo-Maltese swan known from the Middle Pleistocene. Its dimensions are described as exceeding those of the living Mute Swan by one-third, which would give a bill-to-tail length of about 190–210 cm (6.2 to 6.9 feet). A weight estimation has it at 16 kg (35 pounds). It would have been taller, though not heavier, than the region's dwarf elephants. Due to its size, it may have been flightless, or semi-flightless despite a 3 meter (9.8 foot) wing span. It was well adapted for walking, and apparently a land feeder. It became extinct before the increase in human activity in the region, so its disappearance is thought to have resulted from extreme climate fluctuations. Related to the climate fluctuations would have been a temporary land-bridge to Italy that allowed European competitors on to the Island.
Beatrice Gashway - Thu, 03 Apr 2014 03:46:48 EST ID:n6jyWB8b No.21664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
wow man bwh
Antrodemus - Sat, 03 May 2014 11:06:19 EST ID:6rEp3L6u No.21741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cornelius Bubblekutch - Wed, 30 Jul 2014 05:38:23 EST ID:fTjX3jVI No.21930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I still find it hard to comprehend the evolution of Whales, It's just amazing.
Kocoayello !jxaL03vL/Q - Sun, 10 Aug 2014 08:21:00 EST ID:8L/vLT4m No.21962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Shoulda just named it Crocomammal.

Makes you wonder why they lost their back legs though. You'd think they'd use them for claspers at least...
Ian Niggerwater - Sat, 31 Jan 2015 19:54:06 EST ID:Ir+nbds9 No.22492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's the goofiest looking shit I've ever seen.
Doris Nickleford - Sun, 01 Feb 2015 00:18:00 EST ID:x+hA/5Ju No.22494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Gookiest Platy u ever did seen
Augustus Wevingtan - Sun, 01 Feb 2015 03:24:44 EST ID:W1vHW7MS No.22495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude there's peace in the hood cuz of the cardboard
Whitey Pockdock - Fri, 13 Feb 2015 16:30:17 EST ID:I8Locw/D No.22562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Caseids were large herbivorous synapsids that lived through the early Permian, charismatic for their huge bulking bodies and puny heads.
Cornelius Gaffingleck - Fri, 13 Feb 2015 21:56:44 EST ID:KX+b5w3r No.22563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just like your mom!
Esther Gallerleg - Wed, 30 Aug 2017 01:38:35 EST ID:ftKWtYKT No.23556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Esther Sagglesune - Thu, 07 Sep 2017 19:27:04 EST ID:i1XINRwL No.23562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's racist

Who's the gril?
John Dillerpore - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 05:03:27 EST ID:JVJO98ss No.23565 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thylacoleo carnifex. That dropbear meme that Aussies try to fool backpackers with? Well this thing was essentially one. Semi-opposable thumbs, probably arborial, too squat to go fast.

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