“Dromaeosaurus was a theropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous. It was fairly small - about 2 metres long & weighing 15 kg. It relied on its jaws to kill prey & were 3 times stronger than Velociraptor'. (Credit: Jonathan Kuo)”
Modern technology does not only let us enjoy the things that are in the present, but also things from the past. The software available, like Photoshop, helps us take a glimpse at what things looked like. Even though they still remain digital, they're pretty close to reality.
The extinct Irish elk (Megaloceros giganteus) ranged over Eurasia during the Pleistocene. About 7 ft. tall at the shoulder and weighing about 1,600 lbs., stags carried the largest antler spread of any known deer species.
Description From the top to the bottom: Livyatan melvillei,the largest whale-predators to have ever existed. Albicetus oxymycterus,which was originally classified as a species of the extinct walrus 'Ontocetus oxymycterus'. Brygmophyseter shigensis,a.k.a biting sperm whale,that used to be classified into the genus 'Naganocetus '. These are not based on real size.
Description From the top to the bottom: Stethacanthus productus(1897); Cladoselache magnificus(1894); Carcharocles megalodon(1843,and i stll keep it); Cretoxyrhina mantelli(1843) These are not based on real size.