WHAT'S INSIDE: EXTINCT ANIMALS

Extinct animals are those species which are no longer living. This group includes prehistoric animals like dinosaurs and ice-age mammals, as well as moden species like the Dodo.
  • Dinosaurs
  • Extinct Birds
  • Prehistoric Animals
  • Other Extinct Animals

FEATURED: EXTINCT ANIMALS

Lufengosaurus was a sauropod that measured about 20 feet in length and was a close relative of Plateosaurus. There are complete skeletons of this dinosaur, but it has not been fully described. What else is known about this dinosaur?

More To Explore

You Might Also Like

Amazing Animals: Dinosaur Quiz

About 60 million years ago, something happened to wipe dinosaurs off the face of the Earth. These creatures dominated the landscape far longer than humans have been around, but many mysteries remain about their appearance, physiology and eventual extinction. So which of today's animals evolved from dinosaurs?

Syntarus

Syntarus was a small predator that was very fast and agile. Its jaws contained many small, bladelike teeth that were used for slicing the flesh of its prey. The bones of this dinosaur date back to the Early Jurassic Period.

  • Most Popular

  • Most Watched

Don't Miss