Plesiosaurs were marine reptiles that existed during the Mesozoic era. They were fully adapted to aquatic life. Their evolution lasted for over 140 million years. During this time, they spread across the seas and oceans worldwide. During the early/middle Jurassic period (175–171 million years ago), the previously dominant lineage of plesiosaurs, Rhomaleosauridae, began to decline. […] ...
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Researchers have discovered eagles and vultures, large extinct birds of prey that inhabited the landscapes of the Limestone Coast of South Australia, where they competed for food. They lived over 100,000 years ago during the Pleistocene, in the times of the famous megafauna. This is an amazing find, as eagle remains are very rare. These […] ...
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Phorusrhacidae footprints
For the first time, paleontologists have successfully identified the footprints of the feet of an extinct terror birds from the Phorusrhacidae family. This discovery changes our understanding of the terror bird’s locomotion and behavior. Terror birds belong to the Phorusrhacidae family, an extinct family of large, flightless carnivorous birds within the order Cariamiformes. These birds […] ...
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