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Yutyrannus lived long before T. rex, in the early Cretaceous Period.  A newly described relative of Tyrannosaurus rex is the largest known feathered animal - living or extinct.

T. rex relative is biggest ever feathered animal

Yutyrannus lived long before T. rex, in the early Cretaceous Period. A newly described relative of Tyrannosaurus rex is the largest known feathered animal - living or extinct.

Meet Yuka. The carcass of a juvenile woolly mammoth, soft tissues beautifully preserved by the Siberian permafrost. There is evidence that the animal was brought down by apex predators — probably lions — and then poached by another predator, MAN. If the initial findings are confirmed, this will be the first mammoth carcass with preserved soft tissues ever found that bears evidence of interaction with humans. Yuka was about two and a half years old when it perished at least 10,000 years ago.

Frozen Wooly Mammoth Found; Is Gross

Meet Yuka. The carcass of a juvenile woolly mammoth, soft tissues beautifully preserved by the Siberian permafrost. There is evidence that the animal was brought down by apex predators — probably lions — and then poached by another predator, MAN. If the initial findings are confirmed, this will be the first mammoth carcass with preserved soft tissues ever found that bears evidence of interaction with humans. Yuka was about two and a half years old when it perished at least 10,000 years ago.

El Smilodon populator es una especie del género Smilodon que habitó en Sudamérica desde el Pleistoceno medio hasta el Holoceno medio (según los restos más recientes), a lo largo de Argentina, Paraguay, Urugay, Bolivia, Brasil y el sur de Perú.

Smilodon populator

El Smilodon populator es una especie del género Smilodon que habitó en Sudamérica desde el Pleistoceno medio hasta el Holoceno medio (según los restos más recientes), a lo largo de Argentina, Paraguay, Urugay, Bolivia, Brasil y el sur de Perú.

BrushFin Shark  | In China? try www.importedFun.com for Award Winning Kid's Science |

BrushFin Shark | In China? try www.importedFun.com for Award Winning Kid's Science |

Monster Mash: 8 Giant, Earth-Shaking, Prehistoric Beasts | Urbanist

Monster Mash: 8 Giant, Earth-Shaking, Prehistoric Beasts | Urbanist

The Pleistocene Giant Tiger by Jagroar on DeviantArt

The Pleistocene Giant Tiger by Jagroar on DeviantArt

Thylacoleo carnifex by RomanYevseyev.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Thylacoleo carnifex by RomanYevseyev.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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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