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Dinaelurus

Dinaelurus is a genus of the Nimravidae, an extinct family of feliform mammalian carnivores, also known as "false saber-toothed cats". Assigned to subfamily Nimravinae, Dinaelurus was endemic to North America during the Eocene-Oligocene epochs, e ...

                                               

Drassonax

                                               

Eofelis

Eofelis is an extinct genus of small nimravid. They were catlike creatures that evolved in parallel with true cats but are not a part of the true cat lineage and have left no living descendants. Fossils have been found in the phosphorites of Quer ...

                                               

Ginsburgsmilus

Ginsburgsmilus is an extinct genus of carnivorous mammal of the family Barbourofelidae that was endemic to Africa during the early Miocene. There is only one known specimen of Ginsburgsmilus napakensis, dated to 20-19 mya.

                                               

Gobicyon

Gobicyon is an extinct genus of bear dogs endemic to Central Asia during the Late Miocene 13.6 - 11.6 Ma, existing for approximately 2 million years. Fossils have been discovered only at Tong Xin in Central China.

                                               

Gomphotaria

Gomphotaria pugnax was a species of very large shellfish-eating dusignathine walrus found along the coast of what is now California, during the late Miocene. It had four tusks, with one pair in the lower and upper jaws, and according to wear on t ...

                                               

Haplocyonopsis

Haplocyonopsis is an extinct genus of terrestrial carnivores belonging to the suborder Caniformia, family Amphicyonidae. Lived in Miocene epoch in Europe. Haplocyonopsis was named by de Bonis 1973 and was assigned to Amphicyonidae by Carroll 1988.

                                               

Ictidopappus

Ictidopappus is an extinct genus of Viverravidae. The genus contains at least one species; Ictidopappus mustelinus. It was first described by Simpson in 1935.

                                               

Lontra weiri

Lontra weiri is a fossil species in the carnivoran family Mustelidae from the Hagerman Fossil Beds of Idaho. It shared its habitat with Satherium piscinarium, a probable ancestor of the giant otter of South America. It is named in honor of musici ...

                                               

Moghradictis

Moghradictis is an extinct genus of carnivorous cat-like mammals belonging to the superfamily Aeluroidea, endemic to North Africa from the Lower Miocene 23.03 - 15.97 Ma, existing for approximately 7.06 million years. Moghradictis is shown to hav ...

                                               

Mustelodon

Mustelodon is an extinct carnivore, which belongs to the family Viverravidae, a group of stem Carnivoramorpha. This genus contains only one species, Mustelodon primerus. Fossils of this mammal were found in the 57 million years old deposits of La ...

                                               

Nothocyon

Nothocyon is an extinct genus of carnivoran which inhabited North America during the late Oligocene. At one time, many species of the dog family Canidae were placed in Nothocyon, but new fossils showed that the type species of Nothocyon, N. geism ...

                                               

Phlaocyon annectens

Phlaocyon annectens is an extinct species of the genus Phlaocyon, belonging to the subfamily Borophaginae and tribe Phlaocyonini, a canid endemic to central and western North America from the Late Oligocene to Early Miocene living 24.6 - 20.8 mya ...

                                               

Pseudamphicyon

Pseudamphicyon is a member of the extinct family Amphicyonidae of terrestrial carnivores belonging to the suborder Caniformia. Pseudamphicyon was named Schlosser in 1899 and was assigned to Amphicyonidae by Carroll 1988.

                                               

Pseudocyonopsis

Pseudocyonopsis is a member of the extinct family Amphicyonidae, a terrestrial carnivore belonging to the order Caniformia. Pseudocyonopsis was named by Kuss in 1965 and was assigned to Amphicyonidae by Carroll 1988.

                                               

Quercylurus

Quercylurus major is an extinct nimravid carnivoran, or "false sabre-tooth," from the early Oligocene of France. Its fossils are found from Early Oligocene strata in Quercy. Q. major. was possibly the largest nimravid ever known, as its fossils s ...

                                               

Raphictis

                                               

Congosaurus

Congosaurus is an extinct genus of dyrosaurid mesoeucrocodylian. Fossils have been found from Landana, in Angola and date back to the Paleocene epoch. In 1952 and 1964 Congosaurus was proposed to be synonymous with Dyrosaurus. The genus was later ...

                                               

Gavialosuchus

The type species, G. eggenburgensis, is known from the early Miocene of Austria. Myrick Jr. 2001 proposed synonymizing Gavialosuchus americanus with Thecachampsa antiqua. Piras et al. 2007 advocated transferring both G. americanus and G. caroline ...

                                               

Haematosaurus

Haematosaurus is an extinct genus of teleosaurid thalattosuchian. Fossils have been found from Boulogne-sur-Mer in northern France of Jurassic age. It was originally thought to be a plesiosaur, and the type species was initially assigned to the g ...

                                               

Marmosaurus

                                               

Phosphatosaurus

Phosphatosaurus is an extinct genus of dyrosaurid crocodylomorph. It existed during the early Eocene, with fossils having been found from North Africa in Tunisia and Mali. Named in 1955, Phosphatosaurus is a monotypic genus; the type species is P ...

                                               

Platysuchus

Platysuchus is an extinct genus of teleosaurid crocodyliform from the Early Jurassic of southern Germany and Luxembourg.

                                               

Rhabdognathus

Rhabdognathus is an extinct genus of dyrosaurid crocodylomorph. It is known from rocks dating to the Paleocene epoch from western Africa, and specimens dating back to the Maastrichtian era were identified in 2008. It was named by Swinton in 1930 ...

                                               

Terminonaris

Terminonaris is a genus of extinct pholidosaurid crocodyliforms that lived during the Late Cretaceous epoch. The name means:" enlarged snout or nose” at the front of the skull. Terminonaris is an early crocodile, within a subgroup called Mesoeucr ...

                                               

Bantia chopardi

                                               

Bantia fusca

                                               

Bantia marmorata

                                               

Bantia metzi

                                               

Bantia michaelisi

                                               

Bantia nana

                                               

Bantia pygmea

                                               

Bantia simoni

                                               

Bantia werneri

                                               

Catasigerpes acuminatus

                                               

Catasigerpes brunnerianus

                                               

Catasigerpes camerunensis

                                               

Catasigerpes congicus

                                               

Catasigerpes erlangeri

                                               

Catasigerpes granulatus

                                               

Catasigerpes jeanneli

                                               

Catasigerpes margarethae

                                               

Catasigerpes mortuifolia

                                               

Catasigerpes nigericus

                                               

Catasigerpes occidentalis

                                               

Catasigerpes toganus

                                               

Catasigerpes zernyi

                                               

Hestiasula basinigra

                                               

Hestiasula castetsi

                                               

Hestiasula ceylonica

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