Extinct Animals

Some articles on extinct animals, animals, extinct, animal:

Korsika - Ecology - Extinct Animals
... islands, was home to indigenous animals of the Pleistocene, some endemic to it and some to it and Sardinia (as Sardinia was joined to Corsica for much of the Pleistocene) ... The totally extinct species are Cynotherium sardous, Megaloceros cazioti, Soriculus corsicanus, Prolagus sardus, Bubo insularis and Athene angelis ...
Lists Of Extinct Animals - By Geographical Region - Oceania
... List of extinct animals of Australia List of extinct animals in New Zealand List of extinct animals of the Hawaiian Islands ...
Deer - Habitat
... Europe, in comparison, has lower diversity in plant and animal species ... They were initially park animals that later escaped and reestablished themselves in the wild ... shared their deciduous forest habitat with other herbivores such as the extinct tarpan (forest horse), extinct aurochs (forest ox), and the endangered wisent (European bison) ...
Largest Body Part - Extinct Animals
... The animals with the longest necks, up to 15 metres (49 ft) in some cases, were plesiosaurs (such as Elasmosaurus and Mauisaurus) and sauropod dinosaurs (such ...
Zoo Tycoon 2: Extinct Animals - Pre-release
... was first confirmed, Amazon.com listed a strategy guide for Extinct Animals under its listings ... It was listed as "Zoo Tycoon 2 Extinct (working title)", showing Blue Fang Games were still in very early production and had not yet thought of a title ... in April 2007, Games for Windows added an Extinct Animals page to their website and revealed several new pieces of information such as box art and animal confirmations ...

Famous quotes containing the words animals and/or extinct:

    The saying, “The Magyar is much too lazy to be bored,” is worth thinking about. Only the most subtle and active animals are capable of boredom.—A theme for a great poet would be God’s boredom on the seventh day of creation.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    One realises, with horror, that the race of men is almost extinct in Europe. Only Christ-like heroes and woman-worshipping Don Juans, and rabid equality-mongrels. The old, hardy, indomitable male is gone.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)