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Sylviornis — вымерший род птиц из отряда курообразных, содержащий единственный вид — Sylviornis neocaledonica, иногда ошибочно называемый новокаледонский гигантский большеног.

Sylviornis — вымерший род птиц из отряда курообразных, содержащий единственный вид — Sylviornis neocaledonica, иногда ошибочно называемый новокаледонский гигантский большеног.

El GIBA, gran intercambio Biotico de las Americas !! great american interchange

El GIBA, gran intercambio Biotico de las Americas !! great american interchange

Prehistoric Birds | The giant bird Gastornis hunting a Leptictidium in dense forest

Prehistoric Birds | The giant bird Gastornis hunting a Leptictidium in dense forest

Wallaby-toolache (Macropus greyi) - extinto em 1943. Era um canguru originário do sudoeste da Austrália. Entrou em extinção por causa da caça à pele. http://super.abril.com.br/galerias-fotos/conheca-15-animais-foram-extintos-ultimos-250-anos-692346.shtml

Wallaby-toolache (Macropus greyi) - extinto em 1943. Era um canguru originário do sudoeste da Austrália. Entrou em extinção por causa da caça à pele. http://super.abril.com.br/galerias-fotos/conheca-15-animais-foram-extintos-ultimos-250-anos-692346.shtml

When people first arrived in New Zealand, they encountered giant wingless birds known as Moa's (the family Dinornithidae). These birds were distinct from their relatives (tinamous, cassowaries, emu, ostriches) possessed wings, whereas moa had lost the bones completely. The largest moa species could reach up to 4m in size, larger than any other bird on the islands. Due to what many believe to be overhunting by early Maori, moas became extinct sometime between the late 1300s and early 1500s...

Moa

When people first arrived in New Zealand, they encountered giant wingless birds known as Moa's (the family Dinornithidae). These birds were distinct from their relatives (tinamous, cassowaries, emu, ostriches) possessed wings, whereas moa had lost the bones completely. The largest moa species could reach up to 4m in size, larger than any other bird on the islands. Due to what many believe to be overhunting by early Maori, moas became extinct sometime between the late 1300s and early 1500s...

Argentavis Magnivicens. The estimate span was 7 – 7.5 m, height ca. 1.5 m and the mass approx. 72 kg. One of the largest flying birds known to science, certainly the heaviest bird known to have flew.

Argentavis Magnivicens. The estimate span was 7 – 7.5 m, height ca. 1.5 m and the mass approx. 72 kg. One of the largest flying birds known to science, certainly the heaviest bird known to have flew.

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