DINOSAURS – PICTURES AND FACTS

Listing 10.000+ pictures of dinosaurs, facts about them and other prehistoric animals, bringing them closer to kids, their parents and teachers.

Prehistoric Elephants

Prehistoric Elephants

Mammut (Mastodon)

Quick Mammut Facts: - Lived during the Late Eocene Period to the Early Oligocene Period - Lived all over Africa, Asia, Europe and North America - Was as tall as African bush elephants - Tusks were longer than a car - Was an herbivore

Phiomia

Quick Phiomia Facts: - Lived during the Late Eocene Period to the Early Oligocene Period - Lived all over Africa and Eurasia - Was as tall as an Asian elephant - Was as long as a rhinoceros - Weighed less than an Asian elephant - Was an herbivore

Platybelodon

Quick Platybelodon Facts: - Lived during the Late Miocene Period - Lived all over Africa and Eurasia - Was as tall as an Asian elephant - Was as long as a rhinoceros - Weighed as much as a small car - Was an herbivore

Deinotherium

Quick Deinotherium Facts: - Lived from the Middle Miocene all the way to the Modern Period - Lived all over Africa and Eurasia - Was longer than an Asian elephant - Weighed twice as much as an African bush elephant - May have inspired "Giant" myths - Was an herbivore

Mammuthus (Woolly Mammoth)

Quick Mammuthus Facts: - Lived from the Early Pliocene to the Early Holocene - Lived all over North America and Eurasia - Was about the size of an African bush elephant - Was only 1 of over a dozen species - Went extinct 4,500 years ago - Was an herbivore

Moeritherium

Quick Moeritherium Facts: - Lived from the Late Eocene Period - Lived in what is now North Africa - Was about as long as a horse - Weighed as much as a wild boar - Only a distant cousin to elephants - Was an herbivore

Gomphotherium

Quick Gomphotherium Facts: - Lived from the Early Miocene through the Early Pliocene Periods - Lived in what is now North America, Africa, Europe and Asia - Was about twice the length of a king-size bed - Weighed more than a hippo - Was an herbivore - Ate 400 pounds of plants a day
Giganotosaurus by Todd Marshall

Giganotosaurus

Quick Giganotosaurus Facts: - Giganotosaurus had a 6 foot long head—as big as the average human! - This dinosaur could swallow a human being in one bite - It had almost 80 serrated teeth - Its largest teeth were 8 inches long - This dinosaur was as almost as long as a railroad car.

Terror Bird

Quick Terror Bird Facts: - Lived in what is now South America - Lived during the Middle Miocene Period - Weighed as much as a panda bear - Could run faster than a horse - Couldn't fly - Was carnivorous