1. Fear of wolves
Survival period: Pleistocene (about 2.6-10000 years ago) body type: 2m long and 50-79kg weight
Most of the wolf fearing fossils were found in the asphalt pit of labria, California. Although it is closely related to the present wolves, its body structure is quite different. It is similar to hyenas, and it is also a scavenger like hyenas.
Survival period: about 200-145 million years ago in the late Jurassic. Body type: about 10 meters long
In the early stage, when the fossil of Shanglong was just discovered, it was called “monster” by everyone. It was a senior predator in the ocean and a nightmare of almost all marine creatures.
3. Horned Gopher
Age: 5 million years ago body: the smallest horned mammal
Although it is the smallest horned mammal, which is quite different from other ancient creatures, it is worth mentioning that none of today’s gophers has horns. In the past, the use of angle was mainly inclined to mining tools, but now it is more inclined to combat and defense tools.
4. Ancient centipede
Survival period: Permian period 300 million years ago, body type: body length up to 2.59 meters
Compared with today’s centipede, this kind of centipede is only long in body, no, it should be said that it is very long. If this kind of centipede lives in modern times, it must be a nightmare for all human beings. If this kind of insect appears in your home, have you ever beaten it?
5. Giant ape
Survival period: 1 million to 300000 years ago body type: 3 meters high and 600 kg
This is probably the largest primate known at present. The archetype in the movie “King Kong” is mainly distributed in China, Vietnam and India. It is widely found in China. Although it is large in size, it will not cause any harm. It belongs to a very mild vegetarian and loves to eat bamboo.
6. Gore’s bird
Survival period: Eocene period from 67 million to 49 million years ago. Body type: 4.75 meters tall and 450 kg in weight
Gore’s bird, also known as “Gaston bird”, also known as “crested MOA”, belongs to a non flying bird. However, due to its huge size and beak, it was once thought to be a terrible carnivore. According to later research, the role of Gore’s beak is similar to that of today’s parrots, mainly used to crush fruits and nuts.
7. Kangaroo lion
The period of survival: from the end of Pliocene to the end of Pliocene
Body type at the end of the world: average weight 101-130 kg, length about 1.5 m
The kangaroo used to be a carnivore, but now its close relatives on earth are herbivorous wombats and koalas. It is the largest marsupial animal and the mammal with the strongest bite force. A 100 kg kangaroo can bite as much as a 250 kg lion.
Age: 35 million years ago, early Oligocene body type: shoulder height 5 feet, similar to cows
The ancient giant pig can be divided into eight kinds. Although it belongs to omnivorous animals, its food tends to be meat, which is quite different from today’s pigs. We eat pork every day now. If its ancestors knew, would they retaliate?
9. Upper dog
Survival period: about 14 million years ago to 10 million years ago body type: shoulder height is 1.2 meters,
It’s estimated to be 95-100 kg
Shanggou mainly lived in North America. Its huge physique, strong muscles and group strength made it the nightmare of many vegetarians at that time, also known as “wild dog”, with the emphasis on the word “wild”.
If all these animals come back to life, do you think it will be an unprecedented disaster?
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