Creatures

Pteranodon

Pteranodon

Aerial giant with a wing span of over 30 feet

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Dodo

Dodo

Related to the pigeon, flightless bird with portly frame and stubby wings.

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Mosasaur

Mosasaur

Snake-like sea serpent measuring nearly 65 feet long.

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Arthropleura

Arthropleura

Twenty-foot-long giant centipede with lethal venom.

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Giant Spider

Giant Spider

From the Carboniferous Period, a primitive relative of the modern spider.

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Gorgonopsid

Gorgonopsid

Saber-toothed predator from the Permian period.

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Scutosaurus

Scutosaurus

Large passive herbivore weighing about 5.5 tons.

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Mammoth

Mammoth

Herd herbivore that dominated the open grasslands between the recent Ice Ages.

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Giant Scorpion

Giant Scorpion

Desert predator that detects prey via vibrations in the sand.

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Mer

Mer

Future creature, part seal or walrus and part mandrill or baboon.

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Smilodon

Smilodon

Saber-toothed cat from the late Pleistocene Epoch.

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Worm

Worm

Engulfed in stinking fog, large enough to consume a human.

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Raptor

Raptor

Dinosaur with lightweight skeleton, long arms and sickle-shaped claw on its second toe.

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Megopteran

Megopteran

Evolved from carnivorous beetles, uses large compound eyes to detect prey.

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Dracorex

Dracorex

Thick-skulled dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous.

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Diictodon

Diictodon

Burrowing herbivore from the late Permian Period.

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Terror Birds

Terror Birds

Fast terrestrial predators with meat hook-like wings.

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Killer Fungus

Killer Fungus

Parasitic organism that brings dead hosts back to life.

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Giganotosaurus

Giganotosaurus

Dinosaur from mid-Cretaceous, larger than T. Rex.

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Camouflage Beast

Camouflage Beast

Color-changing mammal with sharp teeth and yellow eyes.

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Pristichampsus

Pristichampsus

Ancient crocodile with long legs, hooves and the ability to run.

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Hyaenodon

Hyaenodon

Rhino-sized running predator with powerful jaws.

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Labyrinthodont

Labyrinthodont

Short-legged and large-headed aquatic carnivore.

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Therocephalian

Therocephalian

Mammal-like creature—the earliest known venomous vertebrates.

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Tree Creeper

Tree Creeper

Arboreal dinosaur with ability to climb tall structures.

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Future Predator

Future Predator

Wingless bat with lightning-fast reflexes from the future, uses high-frequency sonar to track prey.

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Spinosaurus

Spinosaurus

Largest of all carnivorous dinosaurs, with 6-foot-long spines.

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Kaprosuchus

Kaprosuchus

‘Boar crocodile’ with three sets of tusk-like teeth.

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Coelurosauravus

Coelurosauravus

Flying reptile from the Permian period, about 250 million years ago.

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Swimming Theropod

Swimming Theropod

A dinosaur found in southern England during the Middle Jurassic period.

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Liopleurodon

Liopleurodon

Marine reptile from the Middle Jurassic Period.

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Giant Burrowing Insect

Giant Burrowing Insect

Carnivorous, 10-foot-long insect from the future.

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