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Giant Pangolin - Mammals Reference Library - redOrbit

Giant Pangolin - Mammals Reference Library - redOrbit

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Tourists on horses ride past a life-size apatosaurus statue in a South Dakota dinosaur park, 1956.Photograph by Bates Littlehales, National Geographic

Tourists on horses ride past a life-size apatosaurus statue in a South Dakota dinosaur park, 1956.Photograph by Bates Littlehales, National Geographic

Dunkleosteus head: it was a placoderm a sort of "fish" covered with armour plates, it lived in Devonian (408million years ago). It could reach 8/10 metres lenght and it should be terrifying, it had the most powerful bite of any fish, well ahead of sharks, including the Great White. Dunkleosteus could concentrate a force of up to 8,000 pounds (3,628 kg) per square inch at the tip of its mouth, effectively placing it in the league of T Rex. It could open its mouth in one-fiftieth of a second.

Dunkleosteus head: it was a placoderm a sort of "fish" covered with armour plates, it lived in Devonian (408million years ago). It could reach 8/10 metres lenght and it should be terrifying, it had the most powerful bite of any fish, well ahead of sharks, including the Great White. Dunkleosteus could concentrate a force of up to 8,000 pounds (3,628 kg) per square inch at the tip of its mouth, effectively placing it in the league of T Rex. It could open its mouth in one-fiftieth of a second.

REBOR Tyrannosaurus rex (KING T-REX) Dinosaur Model available from Everything Dinosaur from £38.99 plus postage.

REBOR Tyrannosaurus rex (KING T-REX) Dinosaur Model

REBOR Tyrannosaurus rex (KING T-REX) Dinosaur Model available from Everything Dinosaur from £38.99 plus postage.

The Giant Ground Sloths: The giant ground sloth is believed to have weighed about 2.5 tonnes, the same as an Asian Elephant! Their fossils have been found from Patagonia to Alaska. The last ground sloths seem to have died out about 10,000 years ago. Saw this skeleton in the National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC when I was a kid. Must see!!!

The Giant Ground Sloths: The giant ground sloth is believed to have weighed about 2.5 tonnes, the same as an Asian Elephant! Their fossils have been found from Patagonia to Alaska. The last ground sloths seem to have died out about 10,000 years ago. Saw this skeleton in the National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC when I was a kid. Must see!!!

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