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Miocene Fauna of South America

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During millions of years South America was a island containing. The South American fauna was different from the one that existed in the rest of the world. Here the birds and the reptiles were giant and the mammals are stranges. These animals lived between 20 and 5 million years ago.

This draws was make for the II Latinoamerican Congress of Vertebrate Paleontology
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codylake's avatar
Awesome :D

Are you planing to do more like this for other parts of the world and different time periods?
Aang10's avatar
Good art but Macrauchenia isn't a camel.
Alexanderlovegrove's avatar
Great image, I absolutely love your reconstruction of Argentavis!
Dinopithecus's avatar
Some really awesome fauna we have here.
acepredator's avatar
where's Megapiranha?
PaleoAeolos's avatar
In the water with the other non-included animals
acepredator's avatar
Yet you include Purrusaurus?
PaleoAeolos's avatar
it can walk out of water no?
acepredator's avatar
But it spends 90% of its life underwater.
Leogon's avatar
Hey,nice work! I love it:-)
Catwithoutatail's avatar
Really cool. Are these in scale?
Catwithoutatail's avatar
LOL I didn't notice that the squares had a metric scale.
Davidy12's avatar
Awesome work on the animals. I especially love the purussaurus.
vasix's avatar
I belive the sebecosuichian is a Langstonia huilensis, no?
MadHatterMuscaria's avatar
thylacosmilus es plantigrado en sus patas traseras...extraño animal...interesante trabajo...
apocalipsis666's avatar
really good drawing
it is good to learn something new
Harris2300's avatar
Sebecosuchia must be a very recent or very discovery because there's no wikipedia article on him yet. But still, with legs like a predatory savanna cat, it's got to be the coolest looking crocodilomorph I've ever seen in my life. It's like a perfect cross between a croc and a jaguar. :D
Rayn-Hammer's avatar
Wow these are great! They remind me of this future evolution project I have floating around my head, I wish I could draw them like these so much!
Kawekaweau's avatar
Orales, muy bueno!!! :lol:

Como le hiciste para hacerlo?
PaleoAeolos's avatar
Muchas gracias.....hise cada dibujo por separado y luego los uni a escala en el Photoshop.... un trabajo largo, pero no tan complicado.
mngamojemo's avatar
South America was a fascinating continent back in the day. Not that it still isn't, but it's different now.
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