Monthly Archives: January 2020
- January 27, 2020
Tyrannosaurus rex, T-Rex for short, was a large bipedal predator with small arms and two-fingered claws that became extinct about 65 million years ago. Also known as the “King of the Dinosaurs”, T-Rex roamed on Earth only for two million years, a relatively short period of time considering dinosaurs ruled the land, water, and sky for about 165 million years.
- January 21, 2020
For more than 20 million years, there was one apex predator shark that lurked in the world’s oceans, and it’s name was Megalodon. It was the biggest prehistoric shark ever. This extraordinarily ginormous shark was also the largest marine predator in the history of Earth. It was much bigger than the modern Great White Shark as well as the mighty Kronosaurus, an extinct giant pliosaur. Here are a few more interesting facts about this extinct mackerel shark:
- January 03, 2020
The cave bear, scientifically known as Ursus spelaeus, was a species of bear native to Europe and Asia that became extinct nearly 24,000 years ago. For thousands of years before the modern era, the species was intimately familiar to humans. Today, only their thousands of years old fossils mark their presence as being the lumbering beast coexisted with homo sapiens thousands of years ago.
Here are three interesting facts about the cave bear you should know about: