Pleistocene megafauna is the set of large animals that lived on Earth during the Pleistocene epoch and went extinct during the Quaternary extinction event.
American Megafauna is a board game on the topic of evolution designed by Phil Eklund, and published by Sierra Madre Games in 1997. While the game is not an attempt to ...
From the designer/publisher: A quarter of a billion years ago, an unknown catastrophe engulfs the Earth. The swamps and ice caps of the Permian are replaced by the ...
End of the Big Beasts. By Peter Tyson; Posted 03.01.09; NOVA; Who or what killed off North America's mammoths and other megafauna 13,000 years ago?
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The correlation between human immigration into the Americas, the invention of Clovis spear points and the extinctions of megafauna (large mammals exceeding
The Giant Mammals of the Eocene, Oligocene and Miocene Epochs. The Eocene epoch, from 55 to 33 million years ago, witnessed the first plus-sized ...
BOOK REVIEW. What Became of the Megafauna? Robert Feranec. Twilight of the Mammoths: Ice Age Extinctions and the Rewilding of America. Paul S. Martin. xx + 250 pp ...
Until about 11,000 years ago, mammoths, giant beavers, and other massive mammals roamed North America. Many researchers have blamed their demise on incoming ...
American Megafauna by Sierra Madre Games Thu Feb 22 19:38:10 UTC 2007 Game Synopsis Each player begins with an herbivore reptile or mammal prototype which has no ...