Strangest pre-historical animals strangest pre-historical animals-The world is cluttered with so many different creatures — some cute, some scary and some just plainly bizarre. However, the animals of today have nothing on the creatures that lived on Earth during prehistoric times. From miniature bird looking rodents to the behemoths beneath the waves, these are strangest prehistoric creatures to roam the Earth. Chest Spike/Chest spine
10. The Bear Bear danger is the risk encountered by humans and their pets or livestock when interacting with bears. Although most bears are alpha predators in their own habitat, most do not, under normal circumstances, hunt and feed on humans. Polar bears are most likely to view humans as prey because their environment is so nutrient poor. Most bear attacks occur when the animal is defending itself against anything they perceive as a threat to themselves or their territory. For instance, bear sows can become extremely aggressive if they…
1. Cheetah : The cheetah, also known as the hunting leopard, is a big cat that occurs mainly in eastern and southern Africa and a few parts of Iran. The only extant member of the genus Acinonyx, it is placed in the subfamily Felinae Scientific name: Acinonyx jubatus Speed: 110 – 120 km/h (In Short Bursts, Running) Conservation status: Vulnerable (Population decreasing) Mass: 21 – 72 kg (Adult) Trophic level: Carnivorous Height: 66 – 94 cm (Adult, At Shoulder)
1. German Shepherd German Shepherds are extremely intelligent, courageous, and have a very strong protective instinct (they are one of the best guard dogs). As long as they are trained in obedience from an early age by a loving but firm hand, they can be great family dogs, and excellent with children. Because of their intelligence, a German Shepherd needs a purpose or job in life to be truly happy. This intelligence, coupled with their courageous nature make German Shepherds excellent police and search dogs.