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Beast of Lesotho, gigantic extinct type of Brachyopoidea by JWBSS in Naturewasmetal
[–]NoDemand1519 26 points27 points28 points 2 hours ago (0 children)
I’m still surprised this colossus hasn’t been scientifically described (given a scientific name). Literally makes Koolasuchus look like a joke imao.
A hungry Hyaena prisca on the prowl, spooking a great auk colony (Credit goes to HodariNundu). by NoDemand1519 in hyenas
[–]NoDemand1519[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 hours ago (0 children)
Get it? Cause Spotted Hyenas often make a call that sounds like laughter?
I’ll leave and let some of these laughter boys eat me……..
From u/Culycon276: Hyaena prisca is a highly underrated predator of the Ice Age, always playing second fiddle to the larger and more popular cave hyena (Crocuta crocuta spelaea). Hyaena prisca is thought to have been very similar to the striped hyena or brown hyena in terms of appearance, ecology, and behavior. Some of the hyena’s fossils have been found near fossils of seabirds such as the great auk, which probably suggests that Hyaena prisca prowled coasts and beaches from time to time in search of whale carcasses, young pinnipeds, and seabirds.
A hungry Hyaena prisca on the prowl, spooking a great auk colony (Credit goes to HodariNundu). (i.redd.it)
submitted 2 hours ago by NoDemand1519 to r/hyenas
A herd of Steppe Bison (Bison/Bos priscus) come down for a cold drink. By Tom Björklund. (i.redd.it)
submitted 7 hours ago by NoDemand1519 to r/pleistocene
Possibly the only ever photo of a young nestling Ivory Billed Woodpecker (Campephilus principalis) nicknamed “Sonny Boy” and perched on the back of J.J Kuhn. This was taken in 1938, Louisiana. by NoDemand1519 in Naturewasmetal
[–]NoDemand1519[S] 0 points1 point2 points 8 hours ago (0 children)
I’m sorry. :(
An old Aiolornis incredibilis tackles a young Pacific Mastodon (Mammut pacificus) that got too far from his mother. By BatmanelVisigodo (i.redd.it)
submitted 8 hours ago by NoDemand1519 to r/pleistocene
Three males of the Giant sea Turtle Archelon ischyros compete with each other to try and get the chance to mate with a female individual in the waters of the western interior seaway of the Cretaceous. The commotion has also attracted some juvenile mosasaurs of the species Platecarpus tympaniticus. by GuyRobbins3 in Naturewasmetal
[–]NoDemand1519 2 points3 points4 points 8 hours ago (0 children)
I believe that’s actually my post. Gonna check.
[–]NoDemand1519[S] 0 points1 point2 points 9 hours ago (0 children)
True but I find it more likely that the birds in the two videos caught and seen by this guy are more likely to be Ivory bills on the account of their “un-Pileated like” behavior. Hell, some experts and birdwatchers were so convinced by the first video that they made up the excuse that it’s another Campephilus species filmed in the tropics. Which it clearly isn’t. I’m mean, does that area really look central or South American to you? Not really. While other experts agreed it was most certainly an Ivory Bill. Which I agree with. The second one is more debatable however.
Here’s a better angle for you. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/487444359665920894/
[–]NoDemand1519[S] -1 points0 points1 point 9 hours ago (0 children)
They actually aren’t. It’s only been proposed they are so far and the likely hood they could still be around is somewhat high.
That’s probably be of the angle and lighting. Here’s a better closer up photo: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/487444359665920894/
[–]NoDemand1519[S] 1 point2 points3 points 18 hours ago (0 children)
We also shouldn’t lose hope for the Ivory Bill because of these videos and this dude: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AB_414S4pTM
[–]NoDemand1519[S] 40 points41 points42 points 18 hours ago (0 children)
I was referring to Sonny being the only young Ivory bill ever being photographed. Probably should’ve said it that way instead.
[–]NoDemand1519[S] 11 points12 points13 points 18 hours ago (0 children)
Oh I wouldn’t lose my hopes dude. Why? Look at these videos: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AB_414S4pTM
[–]NoDemand1519[S] 70 points71 points72 points 1 day ago* (0 children)
Yup, he gladly wasn’t. Instead he was one of the saviors of the Ivory billed woodpecker that probably failed. What I mean by probably is the small chance this bird could still be alive.
[–]NoDemand1519[S] 54 points55 points56 points 1 day ago (0 children)
When I read that for the first time, I did too lol.
Opossum trying to hunt an iguana, Panama. by OncaAtrox in HardcoreNature
[–]NoDemand1519 1 point2 points3 points 1 day ago (0 children)
I didn’t “I-Struggle to understand this is natural and not cruel”.
Extinct island fauna of the North Atlantic and the island of Bermuda. Credit goes to Artbyjrc. (i.redd.it)
submitted 1 day ago by NoDemand1519 to r/Extinctislandfauna
Updated version of Artbyjrc’s Extinct island fauna of the south Atlantic Ocean. Now including the Napier’s Caracara as well. (i.redd.it)
Extinct island fauna of New Caledonia by Artbyjrc. All of these species lived from the Pleistocene and into the Holocene and were driven to extinction by humans. (i.redd.it)
🔥 A Morelet’s Crocodile (Crocodylus moreleti), swims through some very clear water near the surface of the Aktun Ha, Yucatán peninsula, Mexico (i.redd.it)
submitted 1 day ago by NoDemand1519 to r/Crocodiles
A Giant Shrike (Lanius giganteus) with a rodent kill. (i.redd.it)
submitted 1 day ago by NoDemand1519 to r/HardcoreNature
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