This is part of my ongoing series about animals that went extinct after 1500. The Thylacine may be the most prominent example of a supposed extinct animal. Despite that the last known individual died in 1936 in a Zoo in Hobart/Tasmania, there have been sightings of this marsupial on Tasmania and even Australia where it is thought to be extinct for 3,000 years.
Tags: marsupial, fantasy, surrealism, tasmanian-tiger, animals
Most people assume the T-Rex was so aggressive due to being an apex predator (or a scavenger depending on where you read). I have a different theory. It's because of those tiny arms and that one booger. He can't even do a proper snot rocket to shoot that puppy out. http://www.artisticdyslexia.com/
Tags: trex, tyrannosaurus-rex, dino, dinosaur, paleontology
Depicted is a lone woolly mammoth as it perseveres through the relentless snow, sleet, wind and the ice age only become yet another extinct species of yesteryear's Megafauna. Nothing was able to save the Woolly Mammoth back then, but today may be all together a whole different story. Could cloning Free Woolly?
Tags: ice-age, free-woolly, wooly-mammoth, frozen-tundra, mammoth