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

The first remains of Hypsilophodon were discovered in 1849 from Early Cretaceous rocks on the Isle of Wight, England. They were long-legged, swift and agile. Scientists even thought they might have lived in trees. See why.

More To Explore

You Might Also Like

Archaepteryx

Archaepteryx was a very unique dinosaur in that it resembled a bird. It is known from only six fossils, but those fossils may be the most famous bones in the world. The Archaepteryx is the dinosaur that resembles modern birds the most.

Harpymimus

Named after the flying mythical Greek creatures called Harpies that snatched victims with their hands, Harpymimus ("snatcher mimic") is the most primitive ornithomimid known. Learn more about the Harpymimus and other Late Cretaceous dinosaurs.

  • Most Popular

  • Most Watched

Don't Miss