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Eocene Faunas - Sampler

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3690 deviations
Eocene Faunas - Sampler

Featured

3682 deviations
TFB - Trundling Flinchworm

TFB - The Future Beyond

120 deviations
The Naish Bestiary

Assorted Media Fan-art

53 deviations
Kaiju Concept - Metatron

Kaiju

101 deviations
Legend of Zelda Fan-art Concepts - King Lizalfos

TLOZ Fan-concepts

45 deviations
Star Wars - Yavin 4 - 2

Star Wars Wildlife Concepts

225 deviations
Poncho Redraws - Iguana Snake

Fan-art of Others

355 deviations
My Ideal Prehistoric Figure Set

Important-Lists

11 deviations
Paleo-art - Tullimonstrum

Palaeo-illustration

30 deviations
Primeval Redraws - GMO Pig

Primeval Redraws

148 deviations
Childhood Redraw - Piscogong

Childhood Redraws

13 deviations
Literature

Neocene Submission : Banjora

Banjora, False Koala (Pseudophascolarctos rotundus) Order: Two Fore Teeth (Diprotodontia) Family: Phalangers and cuscus (Phalangeridae), Subfamily Pseudophascolarctidae (monotypic) Habitat: Jarrah forests of the southeast of Meganesia, temperate forests of eastern Meganesia, exclusively where eucalyptus trees grow. Specialized kinds of animal often suffer the worst effects of mass extinction, and thus the Koala suffered extinctions at the hands of man’s forest clearing and disturbance in Australia during the Late Holocene. But the niche of a slow-clambering exclusive leaf-eater is one that has often been repeated by evolution, and so it happens again with the False Koala, or Banjora (coming from an Aboriginal boy’s name meaning Koala). The ancestor of this species was the rather generalist Brushtail Possum (Trichosurus vulpecula), as we often see, specialists commonly evolve from more generalized ancestors. Outwardly it is a stocky round animal with a large hindquarters and a stubby

Neocene

136 deviations
Commission by another - Obscure Fish of Hell Creek

Commissions by other Artists

3 deviations
Facetember - Day 1 - 1

Facetember

60 deviations
The Lost World Bestiary - Lake Coelacanth

The Lost World Bestiary

249 deviations
Skull Island Bestiary - Cat-bat-rat-monkey

Skull Island Bestiary

296 deviations
The Future is Wild Collab - Colony Fly

The Future is Wild

296 deviations
My Little Safe Space - Pet 6

My Little Safe Space

6 deviations
Fakemon - Armadillo

Fakemon Pokedex

142 deviations
Magical Creatures Down Under: Yowie

Magical Creatures Down Under

21 deviations
Literature

Folio Verminus - Introduction

Ambrosius R Beau wrote the "Folio Verminus" first in 1962 and it has since been updated and revised numerous times. It provides a summary of less renowned magical creatures, particularly those considered as pests or of relatively little use. It actually covered many species that Newton Scamander did not cover in his work, and those that were subsequently better covered by Scamander are sometimes omitted from new editions of Beau's monograph. Copies of this book are usually present and well-used in many wizarding schools, though Beau still remains much less famous, undeservedly so, than Newton Scamander.

Folio Verminus

70 deviations
Magestone Collab - Addazahr

Magestone Collab

13 deviations
The Lost Islands - Wader-looper

Rhinogradentia - The Lost Islands

22 deviations
Prehistoric Monsters - Talking Dinosaur

Prehistoric Monsters

222 deviations
IAOR  Collab - Night Watcher

IAOR Collab

9 deviations
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