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  1. The Complete Guide to Prehistoric Life by Tim Haines, Paul Chambers, 2007-01-19
  2. Walking With Prehistoric Beasts: Photo Journal (Walking with Prehistoric Beasts) by BBC Wildlife Magazine, 2001-11
  3. After the Dinosaurs Storybook by Golden Books, 1989-07-01
  4. Elephants: Majestic Creatures of the Wild (Mighty Creature Series)
  5. Ice Age giants: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia</i> by Valerius, PhD Geist, 2004
  6. After the Dinosaurs. by Carla, Greene, 1968-01
  7. Ice Age Cave Bear: The Giant Beast That Terrified Ancient Humans by Barbara Hehner, 2002-10-08
  8. Physical Anthropology and Archaeology by Conrad Phillip Kottak, 2003-06
  9. Journey to the Ice Age: Mammoths and Other Animals of the Wild by Rien Poortvliet, 1994-09
  10. Footprints in the Swamp by Arthur Bloch, 1985-04-01
  11. After the Dinosaurs (First Time Readers) by Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain, 1988-11-29
  12. Ice Age Mammoth: Will This Ancient Giant Come Back to Life? by Barbara Hehner, 2001-10-09
  13. A review of the role of the Paleio-Indian in the extinction of various North American pleistocene mammals (University of Oklahoma. Dept. of Anthropology. ... Club. Papers in Anthropology, v. 7, n. 1) by Kenneth Beals, 1966
  14. Chased By Sea Monsters by Nigel Marven, Jasper James, 2004-02-02

81. Australias Lost World: Prehistoric Animals Of Riversleigh
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Australias Lost World: Prehistoric Animals of Riversleigh
Australias Lost World: Prehistoric Animals of Riversleigh

by Authors: Michael Archer , Suzanne J. Hand , Henk Godthelp
Released: 01 March, 2001
ISBN: 0253339146
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Australias Lost World: Prehistoric Animals of Riversleigh > Customer Review #1: Downunder fossil extravaganza.

The book puts the various animals and lineages into perspective, describing the changes of climate and habitat loss over the last 25 million years as Australias climate became drier as the continent drifted north. Many lineages were/are in slow decline before the arrival of the aborigines and Europeans, as Australias rainforests progressively shrank. The colour illustrations and landscape reconstructions are a major feature, and they are outstanding. This book is highly recommended for the enthusiastic fossil hunter, or for those just curious in Australian animals and palaeontology in general.

82. Schleich Collectable Highly Detailed 1:20 Scale Prehistoric Mammals
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83. Dinosaurs And Prehistoric Mammals For Villains And Vigilantes
prehistoric mammals. Animal Wgt Aglty Fer Hits Acc Dmg Pwr Move DireWolf, 150, 11, 15, 5, +2, 1d10, 52, 55. Mastodon, 10000, 1, 11, 40, 4, 2d12,33, 150.
Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Mammals
for Villains and Vigilantes A popular mainstay in comic books, movies, and popular fiction is dinosaurs. These "terrible lizards" capture peoples fear and fascination in large part because we know they were real. Dragons and faeries are fine to spice up a role playing game, but occasionally it's good to get down to earth! Most of these stats were made up over a year ago - and some almost 12 years ago, when Villains and Vigilantes first came out. With renewed interest in Villains and Vigilantes , I thought it was time to dig them up again. Dinosaur movies abound on TV and the big screen, dinosaur fiction is available in any new or used book store. There are plenty of materials available with ideas for using dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals in your campaign. Now, here are the stats. These stats will work equally well in both Villains and Vigilantes and the Rules Upgrade, requiring no modifications. If a Rules Upgrade character wants to have one of these animals as a pet, build it from scratch using the weight and Agility listed as guidelines. Your pet will most likely end up with higher stats than those listed here, but super-pets should be above average. Dinosaurs Prehistoric Mammals Time Periods Adventure Ideas ... Recommended Media Dinosaurs Animal: Wgt: Aglty: Fer: Hits: Acc: Dmg: Pwr: Move: Allosaurus Ankylosaurus Apatosaurus Beast from 20K 107/200 swim Brachiosaurus Carnotaurus Compsognathus 1 pt.

84. Dinosaurs And Other Prehistoric Animals (Smithsonian Handbooks)
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Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals (Smithsonian Handbooks)
Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals (Smithsonian Handbooks)

by Authors: Hazel Richardson , David Norman
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Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals (Smithsonian Handbooks) > Customer Review #1: Great Pictures and Paintings!

Half of this book is about famous paleontologists, what dinosaurs are, and how they became extinct. The next half has at least 80 pictures and paintings of different species of dinosaurs, and a description of their characteristics and how they live. I would especially recommend it to 11 and 12 year olds who know their dinosaurs. WARNING: This is not a little kids book. It does contain A LOT of information. It has at least a page on each species of dinosaur, but I think it should go into even more detail on these amazing animals.
Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals (Smithsonian Handbooks) > Customer Review #2: An exciting, surprising book

85. Ecological Role Of PreHistoric Humans
Ecological Role of prehistoric Humans. Humancaused Animal Extinctions. Extinctionof large mammals in Africa are thought to have happened earliest, and least
Ecological Role of PreHistoric Human s Corresponding Readings in Primack, Richard B. Essentials of Conservation Biology.
none given Have human populations altered ecosystems and extinguished species prior to developing advanced technology? We know that extinction is a natural event – is it also natural for humans to be the agents of extinction, even widespread extinctions? We examine these questions by focusing on human-induced animal extinction, particularly the extinction of North America’s megafauna at the end of the Pleistocene. Human-caused Plant Extinctions Most of the available evidence (so far as I know) concerns over-hunting of animal populations. But it seems likely that "man the gardener" (or "woman...") might have significantly altered plant communities. Artificial selection for desirable plant attributes has occurred since the dawn of agriculture. Deforestation and irrigation were taking place on a grand scale by 4,000 years ago. Fire was used as a way to drive animals to killing sites, and it is thought that fires were more frequent due to Native American populations. Human-set fires are thought to be responsible for extinction of native palms on Easter Island. Human-domesticated grazers such as sheep are credited with widespread desertification in Middle East. Surely plant extinctions resulted. Human-caused Animal Extinctions Human hunting is credited with a number of extinction events between 10,000 and 50,000 years ago. Extinction of large mammals in Africa are thought to have happened earliest, and least catastrophically, because of the long association (co-evolution) with humans. Extinction of large flightless birds (moas, 13 species, 20 to 200 kg) in New Zealand is attributed to the Maori, who arrived ~1000 AD and may not have completed this extinction until ~1800. The most argued example is the Pleistocene extinction in North America, some 10,000 yrs ago, attributed to the arrival of humans in the Americas.

86. IPL Youth Collection: Science Net--Animals--Mammals
about manatees and dungongs, two mammals that live tigers, their cubs, and ways topreserve this animal. You can explore how the prehistoric horse originated

87. Native Americans:Prehistoric:Woodland:Environment:Animals
Except for the elk (Cervus elaphus), most of these animals still live in the wildin Illinois. Woodland period mammals included whitetailed deer (Odocoileus
Otter platform pipe, Ethel Wilson site, White County. In the Middle Woodland period, Native Americans made stone smoking pipes. Often, the bowl of the pipe was carved into the shape of an animal such as the otter seen here. In addition to the otter, Middle Woodland people carved pipe bowls into a bird such as a raven, cardinal or falcon; a mammal such as a beaver, deer, or wolf; or an amphibian such as a frog or toad. These animal sculptures also inform us about the kinds of animals lived 2,000 years ago. All of the Woodland period animals would be familiar to us today. Except for the elk ( Cervus elaphus ), most of these animals still live in the wild in Illinois. Woodland period mammals included white-tailed deer ( Odocoileus virginianus raccoon ( Procyon lotor ), rabbit ( Sylvilagus ), beaver ( Castor canadensis ), otter ( Lutra canadensis ), and many other species. Reptiles, including turtles and snakes, and such amphibians, as frogs and toads also were common during the Woodland period. There was also a variety of birds that are still common today, including song birds, birds of prey such as hawks and eagles, and

88. Sean Cooper Of Paleocraft
Bringing extinct and mythical animals to life after discovering Mike Frederick s PrehistoricTimes magazine of the other groups, particularly mammals, that are,Cooper/seancoop.htm
A New Line of Prehistoric Mammals by Sean Cooper of Paleocraft The Andrewsarchus is in 1/18: New 12-17-99 The Megaloceras is in 1/20 scale: New 12-17-99 The above two animals are the latest from Sean Cooper. Both are priced at $65.00 plus $5.00 Shipping each Oklahoma Artis Sean Cooper has come on the the scene of prehistoric animal sculpture in a big way. Cooper has issued the first two works of a line of prehistoric mammals, including the Indricotherium, and the Wolly Rhinocerus and calf. We are very pleased to see prehistoric mammals as the subject for sculptors. There are certainly many fantastic extinct mammals that can be used as subject matter, and we hear there are other artists thinking along these lines, as well. Sean was kind enough to send a review copy of his Indricotherium. More on that in a moment. But first. a little background bio from Sean:
    With a background in graphic design and illustration and after several years as a commercial artist, working mainly with computers, I decided to pursue a more hands-on media in the realm of 3-D. Using Super Sculpey, I found the prehistoric world as well as that of science fiction to be my favorite subjects for sculpting. These genres have always held a certain fascination for me and have captivated my imagination. My first artistic attempts as a child were those of dinosaurs and other fantastical creatures. Bringing extinct and mythical animals to life through art has continued to maintain a hold on my creative interests.

89. The Geology Department At The Field Museum
Hopson agreed, The cynodonts (the group of prehistoric animals including mammalsand their nearest relatives) are some of the best specimens I have ever seen.
Field Museum scientists have discovered what appear to be the oldest dinosaur fossils ever The fossils were found by John J. Flynn, MacArthur Curator and Chair of the Department of Geology at The Field Museu The Field Museum is currently involved in a collaborative U.S.-Malagasy project. "The most exciting part of this project is that we are only beginning to fill in huge gaps in the fossil record of Madagascar – an island that was once thought to be fossil poor, but is turning out to be a treasure trove," Flynn said. The Middle to Late Triassic has long been a puzzle for paleontologists. At the opening of this period, a wide variety of vertebrates (animals with backbones) populated the land. By the close of the period, early dinosaurs and mammals had appeared, but a sparse fossil record has left scientists with few clues about what happened in between. In contrast, the newly discovered fossils provide a virtual "Who’s Who" of the Middle-Late Triassic animals in Madagascar. To begin with, the research team found two new dinosaurs that appear to be older than Herrerasaurus and several other forms – the current record holders for dinosaur seniority. The new dinosaurs were prosauropods, plant eaters with small heads and long necks that could walk on two or four legs. These primitive dinosaurs either shared a common ancestor with, or were themselves ancestors to, the mighty sauropod dinosaurs that evolved later, such as Apatosaurus. The fact that these fossils belong to one of the major branches of the dinosaur evolutionary tree indicates that the earliest origins of the Dinosauria must be even older. The scientists have not yet given formal names to their new finds.

90. »»Reviews For Mammal««
This is a great book to introduce the prehistoric mammals to your kid Album of prehistoricAnimals. Published in Hardcover by Checkerboard Pr (September, 1974).
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Cool pictures This is a great book to introduce the prehistoric mammals to your kid with. I really liked Ruth's illustrations as a kid myself. My son enjoys looking at the pics too. As a resource, it is pretty weak- but there is very little in print at all for kids on the subject. Album of Prehistoric Animals Published in Hardcover by Checkerboard Pr (September, 1974) Amazon base price:
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This is a cool book! This book colorfully and amazingly portrays the misconception-filled world of ancient mammals. In Short, READ THIS BOOK! Amazing Bats Published in Library Binding by Bt Bound (October, 1999) Authors: Frank Greenway, Jerry Young, and Frank Greenaway Amazon base price: Average review score: A very informitive book Amazing bats is an informitive book for people who like bats but don't know much about them. It tells you a lot of interesting facts about a lot of the different facts about them. I say if your interested in bats you should definatly read this book

91. Brontotherium - :: All About Brontotherium
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1. a genus of large extinct mammals from the miocene strata of western north america. they were allied to the rhinoceros, but the skull bears a pair of powerful horn cores in front of the orbits, and the fore feet were four-toed. see illustration in appendix.
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92. Target : Entertainment : Books : Science : Biological Sciences : Animals : Mamma
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93. Paleontology And Geology Glossary
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Dinosaur and Paleontology Dictionary A B C D ... Z Click on an underlined word for more information on that subject. If the dinosaur or paleontology term you are looking for is not in the dictionary, please e-mail us Am Aa to Af Ag to Al Am An to Ao Ap to Ar As to Az AMARGASAURUS
(pronounced uh-MARG-uh-SAWR-us) Amargasaurus was a diplodocid sauropod from the early Cretaceous period , about 131 million-125 million years ago. It was about 33 feet (10 m) long and weighed roughly 5000 kg. It had a double row of spines along its neck, back, and tail. AMBER Amber is a yellowish, fossilized tree resin (from conifers) that sometimes contains bits of trapped matter. AMBULOCETUS Ambulocetus natans meaning "walking whale that swims") is an extinct mammal the size of a sea lion, 10 feet (3 m) long and about 650 pounds. Its limbs allowed it to swim and could also support it on land. It had long, powerful jaws with shark-like teeth, a small brain, and a pelvis fused to its backbone (like land-dwelling mammals but unlike whales). It may have been an ancestor of the whales - it may have evolved from animals like

94. Discovery Channel :: Walking With Prehistoric Beasts
what may be the largest land mammal that ever Where did the large, postdino animalscome from whale and dolphin evolution and in prehistoric whales, including
June 11, 2004 EDT How do we know a 50-million-year-old fossil once wore stripes? Meet some of the prehistoric beast experts and find out for yourself. We are no longer taking email questions for the experts , but you can read Q-and-A from each of the specialists by clicking on their names below.
Mikael Fortelius

Mikael is a professor of ecological paleontology at the University of Helsinki in Finland. He is a specialist in the evolution of Eurasian land mammals and terrestrial environments during the Neogene Epoch, from about 24 million years ago to 5.3 million years ago. He is also an expert in what may be the largest land mammal that ever lived: Indricothere
Where'd the biggest animals thrive? Dr. Fortelius knows: Real Windows
Where did the large, post-dino animals come from? Read Dr. Fortelius's answers. Mark D. Uhen

Mark is an expert in whale and dolphin evolution and in prehistoric whales, including Dorudon and Basilosaurus . Dr. Uhen is curator of paleontology and zoology at the Cranbrook Institute of Science in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. What's the biggest whale that ever lived?

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