Caspian Tiger

The tiger subspecies Panthera tigris virgata is included in the subspecies Panthera tigris tigris, according to the new Felidae taxonomy. Panthera Tigris virgata is also known as the Caspian tiger, which their species are now extinct from the globe. This… Continue Reading

Irish Elk

The Irish elk (Megaloceros giganteus), also known as the giant deer or Irish deer, is an extinct species of deer in the genus Megaloceros and one of the biggest deer ever to exist. Its spread stretched across Eurasia from Ireland to Lake… Continue Reading


Elasmotherium is a big rhinoceros genus that was unique to Eurasia from the Late Pliocene to the Pleistocene, surviving from 2.6 Ma to at least 39,000 years ago in the Late Pleistocene. It was the last surviving member of the… Continue Reading

Cave Hyena

The Cave hyena, also known as the Ice Age spotted hyena or Crocuta crocuta spelaea, was a paleosubspecies of spotted hyena that spanned from the Iberian Peninsula to eastern Siberia. It is one of the most well-known Ice Age mammals,… Continue Reading


Myotragus, an extinct goat that lived on a desolate Mediterranean island, has been survived for millions of years by reducing in size and becoming cold-blooded, and it is a trait previously unknown in mammals. Myotragus balearicus was a goat that… Continue Reading

Cave Lion

Cave Lion

Cave lion, also known as European cave lion or Eurasian cave lion, is the popular name for Panthera Leo spelaea (or P. spelaea), an extinct huge wild felid that existed between 370,000 and 10,000 years ago. The cave ion is… Continue Reading

Woolly Mammoth

The woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) was a mammoth species that existed from the Pleistocene epoch until the Holocene epoch, when it became extinct. It was the last of a line of mammoth species that began in the early Pliocene with… Continue Reading


The Thylacine was a carnivorous marsupial that lived on the Australian mainland as well as the islands of Tasmania and New Guinea before becoming extinct. Prior to its extinction, it was the world’s largest known carnivorous marsupial, developing about 2… Continue Reading