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Prehistoric animals

This is the list of all dinosaurs (and spoken facts) kids will have to discover in this iPad / iPhone game.

Special thanks to Raul Lunia (Dinoraul) for his great 3D dinosaurs models!

Brontotherium Brontotherium
Brontotherium means "thunder beast".
The Brontotherium looked like a huge rhinoceros.
Deinotherium Deinotherium
Deinotherium means "terrible beast".
The Deinotherium's tusks grew downwards.
Doedicurus Doedicurus
The Doedicurus looks like an enormous armadillo.
The tail of the Doedicurus was tipped with long spikes.
Macrauchenia Macrauchenia
Macrauchenia means "long llama" and it was the size of a camel.
The Macrauchenia had a long neck and a short trunk.
Paraceratherium Paraceratherium
The Paraceratherium is an enormous rhinoceros without a horn.
The Paraceratherium is also called the "giraffe rhinoceros".
Smilodon Smilodon
Smilodon means "chisel tooth".
The Smilodon is also called the "Sabre-toothed cat".
Mammoth Mammoth
The Mammoth used its long tusks to search in the snow for grass to eat.
With its long coat, the mammoth was well adapted to the cold.
Woolly Rhinoceros Woolly Rhinoceros
The Woolly Rhinoceros lived in Europe and Asia where it was very cold at the time.
The Woolly Rhinoceros was the same size as the present-day rhinoceros.
Caveman Caveman
Cavemen lived in caves and drew mammoth and rhinoceros on the walls.
Prehistoric man did not know the dinosaurs. He appeared much later.
Daeodon Daeodon
Daeodon means "destructive teeth".
The Daeodon looked like a wild boar the size of a rhinoceros!
Uintatherium Uintatherium
The Uintatherium had a huge head but a very small brain!
The Uintatherium had two large canines and small horns on its head.
Arsinoitherium Arsinoitherium
The Arsinoitherium was the size of a rhinoceros and had an enormous pair of horns.
Just behind its two great horns, the Arsinoitherium had two little horns.
Cronopio Cronopio
The Cronopio was also known as the Sabre-Toothed Squirrel.
The Cronopio lived during the same period as the dinosaurs.
Eohippus Eohippus
The Eohippus is an ancestor of the horse.
The Eohippus was about the size of a dog.
Cave Lion Cave Lion
Cave Lions were much bigger than lions we have today.
Cave Lions lived off bison and Megaloceros.
Phorusrhacos Phorusrhacos
The Phorusrhacos was a prehistoric bird that could not fly but ran very fast.
The Phorusrhacos was a carnivore. Its big pointed beak meant it could catch small prey.
Arctodus Arctodus
The Arctodus is one of the biggest bears to have ever lived on Earth - even bigger than the cave bear!
The Arctodus was an omnivore: it ate everything and frightened other animals away because it was so big.
Darwinius Darwinius
The Darwinius had a thumb like us and nails instead of claws.
The Darwinius lived in trees and ate fruit.
Megatherium Megatherium
The Megatherium was a giant as big as an elephant!
The Megatherium could stand on its hind legs and lean on its huge tail to grab leaves with its long claws.
Platybelodon Platybelodon
The Platybelodon is an ancestor of the elephant.
The Platybelodon's trunk ended in two flat tusks which it used like a shovel to find food on the ground!
Titanoboa Titanoboa
The Titanoboa is the biggest snake to have ever live on Earth. It was 15 metres long and weighted two tonnes.
The Titanoboa must have eaten big fish and crocodiles, like anacondas do nowadays.
Acherontisuchus Acherontisuchus
The Acherontisuchus was an enormous crocodile that lived in the rivers of tropical forests.
Despite its size, the Acherontisuchus could still be attacked by the Titanoboa which was twice as big!
Megaloceros Megaloceros
The Megaloceros was a giant elk with enormous antlers which it would shed every year and then grow again.
Because of the size of its antlers, the Megaloceros lived in the prairies and not in the forests.
Hyaenodon Hyaenodon
Hyaenodon means "Hyena Tooth".
The Hyaenodon ran very fast and sometimes hunted in packs.
"Find Them All: looking for animals" is a mobile application for phones and tablets published by KNBMEDIA, © 2018