Takkar the Apex Predator, Naomi Savoie on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/8rK2n

Takkar the Apex Predator, Naomi Savoie on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/8rK2n

National Geographic (@natgeo) • Instagram-Fotos und -Videos

National Geographic (@natgeo) • Instagram-Fotos und -Videos

A comparison of conditions in the outback on either side of Australia’s dingo fence has revealed that extermination of these apex predators affects not only the abundance of other animals and plants, but also reduces the quality of the soil. The UNSW study indicates greater control of kangaroo...

A comparison of conditions in the outback on either side of Australia’s dingo fence has revealed that extermination of these apex predators affects not only the abundance of other animals and plants, but also reduces the quality of the soil. The UNSW study indicates greater control of kangaroo...

Rarely do apex predators recover from human oppression. These otters are an exception

The Remarkable Return of Sea Otters to Glacier Bay

Rarely do apex predators recover from human oppression. These otters are an exception

Top Cats: How Pumas and Other Apex Predators Populations Affect The Big Biodiversity Picture

Top Cats: How Pumas and Other Apex Predators Populations Affect The Big Biodiversity Picture

We aren't the apex predators on Earth, we just decided we were better than everything else and it worked

We aren't the apex predators on Earth, we just decided we were better than everything else and it worked

The Marsupial Lion (Thylacoleo carnifex; or meat cutting-marsupial-lion; or pouch-lion-butcher) was a large, carnivorous marsupial mammal that lived in Australia from the early to late Pleistocene Era (1,600,000–46,000 years ago). Despite its name, it wasn't part of the cat family, but was more closely related to wombats. It was one of the apex predators at its time, and probably fed on early man.

Marsupial lion

The Marsupial Lion (Thylacoleo carnifex; or meat cutting-marsupial-lion; or pouch-lion-butcher) was a large, carnivorous marsupial mammal that lived in Australia from the early to late Pleistocene Era (1,600,000–46,000 years ago). Despite its name, it wasn't part of the cat family, but was more closely related to wombats. It was one of the apex predators at its time, and probably fed on early man.

Sharks are Apex predators needed to keep our oceans healthy and in balance. Photo by Ellen Cuylaerts.

Sharks are Apex predators needed to keep our oceans healthy and in balance. Photo by Ellen Cuylaerts.

Pink Mother of Pearl Shell Necklace -- found at www.rubylane.com @rubylanecom #VintageBeginsHere

Pink Mother of Pearl Shell Necklace

Pink Mother of Pearl Shell Necklace -- found at www.rubylane.com @rubylanecom #VintageBeginsHere

The saltwater crocodile is a hypercarnivorous apex ambush predator capable of taking almost any animal that enters its territory. Apex predators have no predators of their own, residing at the top of...

The saltwater crocodile is a hypercarnivorous apex ambush predator capable of taking almost any animal that enters its territory. Apex predators have no predators of their own, residing at the top of...

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