Ancient animals

Explore the incredible world of ancient animals and uncover the mysteries of prehistoric life. Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of these creatures and learn about their unique adaptations and behaviors.
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Artist Shows How These Extinct Animals Might’ve Looked In Real Life In His 30 Illustrations

Since the early 19th century, artists have depicted colorful – if sometimes fictional – animals (especially dinosaurs) and prehistoric environments, mingling science with unbridled fantasy as more and more fossils got uncovered and studied by the archeologists of that time.

Mike McVeigh
The prehistoric hell pig (Daeodon shosbonensis) was an Entelodont, a group of extinct pig-like omnivores roaming the forests and plains of North America, Europe, and Asia from the middle Eocene to early Miocene: 37 - 16 million years ago. Creaturi Mitice, Regnul Animal, Strongest Animal, Ancient Animals, Paleo Art, Extinct Animals, Dinosaur Art, Prehistoric Creatures, Mythical Creatures Art

Beth Zaiken

A creative professional in the museum, cultural and zoological industry, helping to design and create a wide range of custom fabricated art elements, including the design and production of natural history murals, wildlife art, paleoart and extinct animal reconstruction, interpretive illustration and graphic design.

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19 Ancient Fossils That’ll Make You Say ‘Whoa’

While the idea of a museum sounds boring to some, the idea of a bunch of bones and fossils from the dinosaur era is a whole different story. And it’s not just dinosaur bones, mind you—it’s actually fossils of all sorts of species that said “no, thanks” to the natural order of things and decided to preserve themselves for many years in such ways that nowadays, people who look at them are like “that’s awesome!”

Cathy Kardal