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A list of animals depicted in Animal Armageddon.

The listEdit

Death Rays

  • Eurypterid (Megalograptus)
  • Straight-shelled nautiloids (Possibly Cameroceras)
  • Coiled nautiloids (Possibly Aphetoceras)
  • Astraspis
    • Hadrosaur
    • Shark and ammonite
  • Trilobites
    • Sphaerexochus
    • Isotelus
  • Jaekelopterus
  • Pterygotus
  • Acanthodians (Possibly Doliodus)

Hell on Earth

Doomsday and Panic in the Sky

  • Mammals Destined to take over after the Dinosaurs
  • Preshistoric Crocs
    • Alligatorids
    • Borealosuchus
    • Notosuchus
    • Allodaposuchus
  • Ornithopods
    • Thescelosaurus
    • Parksosaurus
    • Rhabdodon (Dwarf Iguanadont)
    • Orodromeus
    • Hadrosaurs
  • Ammonite of the Cretaceous
    • Cymatoceras
    • Eutrephoceras
    • Baculite (identified as "straight-shelled ammonites")
  • Shark
    • Cretoxyrhina, a large shark
    • Cretolamna
    • Squalicorax
  • Mosasaur
    • Prognathodon (River Mosasaur)
    • Hainosaurus
    • Mosasaurus
    • Plioplatecarpus
    • Plotosaurus
  • Tyrannosaurs
  • Troodonts
  • Raptors
  • Ceratopsians
  • Titanosaurs 
    • Alamosaurus
    • Opisthocoelicaudia
    • Pukyongosaurus
    • Rapetosaurus
    • Saltasaurus
    • Magyarosaurus (Dwarf Sauropod)
    • Ampelosaurus
  • Pterosaurs
  • Pachycephelosaurs
  • Ankylosaurs
  • Therizinosaurus
  • Oviraptoridae
    • Nomingia
    • Anzu
  • Ornithomimus
  • Alvarezsaurids
    • Mononykus
  • Abelisaurids
    • Carnotaurus
    • Majungasaurus
    • Aucasaurus
    • Tarascosaurus
  • Plesiosaurs
    • Dolichorhynchops 
    • Hydrotherosaurus
  • Fish
    • Xiphactinus, a 4.5 to 5 m (15 to 16 ft) long predatory bony fish
    • Bananogmius
    • Caproberyx
    • Enchodus
    • Gillicus
    • Leptecodon
    • Protosphyraena, prehistoric Swordfish
  • Mollusks
    • Tusoteuthis, a genus of Cretaceous cephalopod molluscs
    • Inoceramus, a giant clam
  • Birds
    • Alexornis
    • Hesperornis
    • Ichthyornis
    • Potamornis

The Great Dying

Strangled

Fire and Ice

  • Rhinos
  • Cats
  • Gigantopithicus
  • Elephants
  • Glyptodonts
    • Pachyarmatherium 
    • Glyptotherium
  • Horses
    • American Horses
      • Equus alaskae
      • Equus cedralensis
      • Mexican horse (Equus conversidens)
      • Equus complicatus
      • Stilt-legged horse (Equus francisci) (may be a synonym of Mexican horse)
      • Tarpan (Equus ferus ferus)
      • Equus fraternus
      • Equus giganteus
      • Yukon horse (Equus lambei)
      • Equus mexicanus
      • Pacific Horse (Equus pacificus)
      • Western Horse (Equus occidentalis)
      • Equus semiplicatus
      • Hagerman horse or American Zebra (Equus simplicidens)
      • Scott's horse (Equus scotti)
    • European Horses
      • Wild Horse (E. ferus ssp.)
      • Equus cf. galllicus
      • European Ass (E. hydruntinus)
      • Equus cf. latipes
      • Equus cf. lenensis
      • Equus cf. uralensis
  • Camels
    • Stilt legged llama (Hemiauchenia)
    • Stout legged llama (Paleolama)
    • Camelops (giant camel)
  • Ground Sloths
  • Bears
    • Arctodus (short-faced bear)
    • Cave Bear
  • Bisons
    • Steppe bison
    • Ancient Bison
    • Long-horned/Giant bison (Bison latifrons)
  • Dire Wolves
  • Giant beaver (Castoroides ohioensis et Castoroides leiseyorum)
  • Megaladapis, the giant lemur
  • North American Tapirs
    • California tapir (Tapirus californicus)
    • Cope's tapir (Tapirus copei)
    • Merriam's tapir (Tapirus merriami)
    • Vero tapir (Tapirus veroensis)
  • Neochoerus (e.g. Pickney's capybara, N. pinckneyi)
  • Saiga Antelopes
  • Megaloceros
  • Marsupials
    • Thylacinus cynocephalus (the Tasmanian tiger)
    • Thylacoleo carnifex (the marsupial lion)
    • Procoptodon
    • Diprotodon
  • Reptiles
    • Megalania
    • Meiolania, a giant armored tortoise
    • Quinkana sp., a terrestrial crocodile that grew from 5 m (16 ft) to possibly 7 m (23 ft) in length.
  • Birds
    • Genyornis
    • Giant Moa
    • Haast's Eagle
  • Homonids/Humans
    • Homo erectus
    • Homo neanderthalensis / Neandertals
    • H. sapiens / Modern Humans

The Next Extinction

Scrapped animalsEdit