Phorusrhacos, aka Terror Bird

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Mihirung (Genyornis newtoni) Altogether, at least six genera and eight species of mihirungs—which are commonly known as thunderbirds—lived in Australia in the past 15 million years; all are extinct.
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(Image See Thylacoleo and seven other extinct megafauna come alive in a series of paintings by illustrator Frank Knight.

Mihirung (Genyornis newtoni) Altogether, at least six genera and eight species of mihirungs—which are commonly known as thunderbirds—lived in Australia in the past 15 million years; all are extinct.

Mihirung (Genyornis newtoni) Altogether, at least six genera and eight species of mihirungs—which are commonly known as thunderbirds—lived in Australia in the past 15 million years; all are extinct.
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A drawing of the terror bird Phorusrhacos by Charles R. Knight published in Animals of the Past, 1901. (Phorusrhacos longissimus)
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A drawing of the terror bird Phorusrhacos by Charles R. It may look like a giant turkey but it would most likely eat you for thanksgiving.

And yet another terrifying bird. It's even called a 'terror bird'.

A drawing of the terror bird Phorusrhacos by Charles R. Knight published in Animals of the Past, 1901. (Phorusrhacos longissimus)

A drawing of the terror bird Phorusrhacos by Charles R. Knight published in Animals of the Past, 1901. (Phorusrhacos longissimus)
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1. Gastornis parisiensis 2. Phorusrhacos longissimus 3. Dromornis autralis 4. Kelenken guillermoi
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Gastornis, Phorusrhacos, Dromornis, and Kelenken

These old chickens were taller than that black person.

Birds have gotten way smaller but most of 'em still have a mean streak.

1. Gastornis parisiensis 2. Phorusrhacos longissimus 3. Dromornis autralis 4. Kelenken guillermoi

1. Gastornis parisiensis 2. Phorusrhacos longissimus 3. Dromornis autralis 4. Kelenken guillermoi
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Resultado de imagen para aminodóntidos
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Woodland Caribou - Collecta Figures: Animal Toys, Dinosaurs, Farm, Wild, Sea, Insect, Horses, Prehistoric, Woodlands, Dogs, Cats, Animal Replica
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Woodland Caribou - Collecta Figures: Animal Toys, Dinosaurs, Farm, Wild, Sea, Insect, Horses, Prehistoric, Woodlands, Dogs, Cats, Animal Replica

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Smilodon Populator.
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Smilodon populator,South American sabertooth cat viewing his domain somewhere in Patagonia. PS & Artrage & Wacom bamboo pen&touch in add.

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