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Elasmotherium or the Siberian Unicorn is an extinct genus of giant rhinoceros endemic to Eurasia during the Late Pliocene through the Pleistocene era. sibiricum was the size of a. Unexplained Phenomena, Dinosaur Fossils, Extinct Animals, Art Sculpture, Prehistoric Creatures, Rhinoceros, Mammals, Creepy, Meet

The Last of the Siberian Unicorns: What Happened to the Mammoth-Sized One-Horned Beasts of Legend?

Elasmotherium, also known as the Giant Rhinoceros or the Giant Siberian Unicorn, is an extinct species of rhino that lived in the Eurasian area in the Late Pliocene and Pleistocene eras. They have been documented from 2.6 million years ago, but the most recent fossils come from around 29,000 years ago.

Titanotherium sculpture from Cambridge University museum Prehistoric Dinosaurs, Prehistoric World, Dinosaur Fossils, Dinosaur Art, Prehistoric Creatures, African Forest Elephant, Extinct Animals, Creature Concept, Sculpture

lost beasts

moschops911: “ Titanotherium sculpture from Cambridge UK museum 1500 by Bruce Aleksander & Dennis Milam on Flickr. ”

Named Homo naledi, the species has been assigned to the genus Homo, to which modern humans also belong. The remains were discovered in South Africa& Gauteng province.

New species of ancient human unearthed in South Africa

Named Homo naledi, the species has been assigned to the genus Homo, to which modern humans also belong. The remains were discovered in South Africa's Gauteng province.

Palorchestes is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous marsupial of the family Palorchestidae. The genus was endemic to Australia, living from the Late Miocene sub epoch through the Pleistocene. It is related to the wombat. Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Perth, Dinosaur Fossils, Dinosaur Crafts, The Wooly, Extinct Animals, Unusual Animals, Animal Species

Paleoillustration

Reconstruction by Peter Trusler, seen at Melbourne Museum: "Palorchestes was a large marsupial herbivore that browsed forest shrubs. When fossilised Palorchestes teeth were first discovered, they were...

Reproduction of a Paleolithic cave painting of bisons from the Altamira cave Cantabria Spain (replica) painted c. (Thomas Quine/CC BY SA Paleolithic Art, Cave Drawings, Oil Painting Lessons, Prehistoric World, Art Antique, Tempera, Animal Paintings, Modern Paintings, Rock Art

Cave of Altamira and Paleolithic Cave Art of Northern Spain (Santillana del Mar - Spain)

Seventeen decorated caves of the Paleolithic age were inscribed as an extension to the Altamira Cave, inscribed in 1985. The property will now appear on the List as Cave of Altamira and Paleolithic Cave Art of Northern Spain. The property represents the apogee of Paleolithic cave art that developed across Europe, from the Urals to the Iberian Peninusula, from 35,000 to 11,000 BC. Because of their deep galleries, isolated from external climatic influences, these caves are particularly well…

This is the oldest rock art in North America. The Winnemucca petroglyph is between to years old!Nevada petroglyphs in Winnemucca Lake range from simple lines to complex shapes resembling plants and could date back to the first peopling of the Americas. Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Art Pariétal, Old Rock, Mystery Of History, Ancient Civilizations, Crop Circles

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This is the oldest rock art in North America. The Winnemucca petroglyph is between 10,500 to 14,800 years old!

A year-old sculpture made entirely from mammoth ivory. "Behold Lion Man, an ancient figurine sculpted from a mammoth's tusk. Discovered back in this remarkable ice age piece is years old, the oldest figurative sculpture ever discovered. Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Art History, European History, American History, History Medieval, Medieval Times, British History, Ancient Art

A 40,000 year-old sculpture made entirely from mammoth ivory

Behold Lion Man, an ancient figurine sculpted from a mammoth's tusk. Discovered back in 1939, this remarkable ice age piece was initially dated at 32,000 years-old, but a new carbon dating analysis has pushed it further back in time to 40,000 years ago — making it the oldest figurative sculpture ever discovered. So yes, this thing was actually sculpted by a paleolithic human who was romping around Europe at the mid-point of the last ice age.

Virtual Tour From: lascaux.fr/ Music 'Lullaby' by Chorus of Tribes HE LASCAUX CAVES were discovered purely by chance. On 12 September 1940 four boys were roaming through… Animal Paintings, Wall Paintings, Realistic Paintings, Lascaux Cave Paintings, Paleolithic Art, Art Ancien, Art Premier, Painted Rocks Kids, Ancient Art

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Prehistory Wall Art - Photograph - Stone-age Cave Paintings, Chauvet, France by Javier Truebamsf Stone Age Cave Paintings, Lascaux Cave Paintings, Chauvet Cave, Cave Paintings France, Horse Paintings, Ancient History, Art History, Ancient Egypt, Potnia Theron

Stone-age Cave Paintings, Chauvet, France

Final Dimensions (width x height): 12" x 16" Item #10221225

These cave paintings amaze me: Horse heads, Chauvet Cave. Fourteen different animal species are depicted in the Chauvet Cave. Here, three beautiful horses' heads face one another. Someday I want to see cave paintings in person. Chauvet Cave, Lascaux, Ancient History, Art History, History Museum, Paleolithic Art, Cave Drawings, Horse Drawings, Art Ancien

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cavetocanvas: “ Horses in Chauvet Cave, c. 30,000 BC ”