Extinct birds

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Great auk, Extinct Birds: An attempt to unite in one volume a short account of those birds which have become extinct in historical times, Lionel Walter Rothschild, Extinct Birds, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Animals, Great Auk, Bird Clipart, Bird People, Birds Of America, Flightless Bird, Bird Illustration

great auk (Pinguinus impennis), north atlantic - extinct. extinct birds, london: hutchinson, 1907.

The turtle-jawed moa-nalo (Chelychelynechen quassus), a giant subfossil goose-duck of Hawai'i Extinct Birds, Extinct Animals, Rare Animals, Animals Images, Animals And Pets, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Living Fossil, Spinosaurus

Chelychelynechen quassus

Черепахочелюстный Моа-нало (Chelychelynechen quassus), также известный как большой гусь Кауаи — это один из видов Моа-нало, группы вымерших нелетающих крупных

Illustration of extinct Kaua'i mole ducks (Talpanas lippa) forage on the forest floor for invertebrate prey with their broad, sensitive bills. Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric Creatures, Wildlife Art, Extinct Animals, Extinct Birds, Curious Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Nature Pictures, Science Nature

Art illustration - Prehistoric Birds - Talpanas lippa: is an extinct genus of duck consisting of a single species, It was endemic to the island of Kauai in the Hawaiian archipelago, Paleontological Association of bones is about 6000 years before present (about 4050 BC). these physical characteristics show that the eyes and optic nerve of this duck were very small in size, and therefore it can be assumed that this species was probably both blind and flightless.

Gastornis by Willem van der Merwe Extinct Birds, Extinct Animals, Evolutionary Biology, Guide To The Galaxy, Sword And Sorcery, Animals And Pets, Dragons, Beast, Artwork

h2g2 - The h2g2 Post 28.09.20

The h2g2 Post 28.09.20, from h2g2, the Unconventional Guide to Life, the Universe and Everything

DIATRYMA STEINI Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Animals, Extinct Birds, Angry Birds, Mammals, Oil On Canvas, Wildlife, Horses, Drawings

TŘETIHORY - TERTIARY

Vítejte na stránkách malíře a ilustrátora PETRA MODLITBY,tvůrce vědeckých obrazových rekonstrukcí života v pravěku a nahlédněte do časů, kdy Země, zvířata i lidé vypadali jinak než jak je známe dnes.

The South Island Adzebill - Image from the series Extinct birds of New Zealand by Paul Martinson Extinct Birds, Extinct Animals, Animals Of The World, Animals And Pets, Pigeon Breeds, Forest Habitat, Birds Online, Curious Creatures, Sea Creatures

Origins of giant extinct New Zealand bird traced to Africa

Scientists have revealed the African origins of New Zealand's most mysterious giant flightless bird - the now extinct adzebill - showing that some of its closest living relatives are the pint-sized flufftails from Madagascar and Africa. Adzebill skeleton on display [Credit: Canterbury Museum, New Zealand] Led by the University of Adelaide, the research in the journal Diversity showed that among the closest living relatives of the New Zealand adzebills - which weighed up to 19 kilograms - are…

PHORUSRHACOS INFLATUS Extinct Birds, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Animals, Natural History, Dinosaurs, Mammals, Evolution, Beast, Nature

TŘETIHORY - TERTIARY

Vítejte na stránkách malíře a ilustrátora PETRA MODLITBY,tvůrce vědeckých obrazových rekonstrukcí života v pravěku a nahlédněte do časů, kdy Země, zvířata i lidé vypadali jinak než jak je známe dnes.

A collection of bird bones sat idly in lab storage for more than a decade, believed to be the remains of an ancient eagle. Little did scientists know what was hiding in the fossils - a "Squawkzilla. Bird Bones, Ostriches, Latest Discoveries, Flightless Bird, Prehistoric Animals, Natural History, Biology, Mammals, New Zealand

World’s largest parrot was a metre tall and lived 19 million years ago

Palaeontologists working in New Zealand have discovered the first evidence of giant parrots, which they believe weighed 7 kilograms and lived 19 million years ago

Flightless bird three times the size of an ostrich used to roam Europe Extinct Birds, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Animals, Rare Animals, Early Humans, Flightless Bird, Animal Bones, Vertebrates, New Zealand

12-foot bird lived alongside early human relatives, fossils reveal

The flightless behemoth was three times the size of a modern ostrich and may have been a food source for our early European cousins.