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Europe & Middle Eastern Wildlife. Update 7

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Doggerland  now called the Dogger Banks off the east coast of Britain

Hidden Histories: Doggerland


The above map represents a time in Europe's history where you could travel over land from the continent of Europe to Britain and Ireland

And the animals below roamed over these lands with white European Ice Age hunters, there were no nations as we know today, no country called Ireland, Brittan, Germany, Russia, Spain, yet there were nations, tribal nations. These are groups of people who came together who controlled, protect their members of the community and hunting areas from other tribes. This would have occurred from the first people that moved into Europe

The Animals below are the Animals they hunted and some of these animals, Bears, Lions hunted some of these human hunters. We must remember that wolves lived during this period would have most likely hunted man when given the opportunity, but over the centuries we wiped out these particular wolves and the ones that walk among us today are the timid ones.

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The Geography of the Ice Age

So, if i have this right... Earth has been in a continuous Ice Age for about 3 Million years now, with the warmer inter-glacial periods averaging 15,000 years long, and the glacial periods averaging more like 100,000 years? And with archeologists estimating the current modern human form being some 80,000 to 100,000 years old, older hominid forms prior to modern man, like Cro-magnon or Neanderthals, being less anatomically evolved. Not that remnants of the Neanderthal race have entirely disappeared... Modern humans carry about 2% Neanderthal DNA in them. So if over the next few thousand years the Milankovich Cycle sends Earth back into the glacial period for 100k years, what would work migration of 10 Billion people & warfare be like given the inability to live in glacial areas?

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Picture taken from above video.

  Palaeoloxodon - Ancient Animal

What can Stone Age art tell us about extinct animals?

 Photo: Michael Gäbler
Date: 2010.03.21
Permission: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.

European bison image

Many Europeans (Whites) know very little about the animals their ancient ancestors hunted and the following images can help in remedying this. There were a diverse number of animals that European Caucasians hunted throughout the Ice Age including Bison, Wild Horses, Cave Lions, Cave Bears, Wolves, Wild Cattle, Red Deer, Roe Deer, Fallow Deer, Beaver and Mammoth Elephants. 

The animals of Europe are very similar to, or the same as animals found in North America.  Europe also has Beaver, Lynx, as well as a number of deer including Reindeer, Elk (known as a Moose in USA and Canada), Black and Brown Bears, White Swans, Hares and Rabbits, Wolverines, Stout and Weasels.

Europe's animals have had some irreversible extinctions including the Cave Bear, Woolly Mammoth, Woolly Rhinoceros and Giant Deer.  Scientists have spent considerable time on re-wilding initiatives in Europe with plans to reinvigorate the megafauna populations.  They have successfully reintroduced European Bison (pictured right).  In the Ice Age bison lived on open tundra, today they live in forest areas and during the First World War the numbers were decimated and only through careful and selective breeding have their numbers risen to roughly 3,000 today.

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They have also successfully brought back the Musk Oxen into Scandinavian regions.  The Brown bear (pictured left), are found in North America, and Europe.

Ice Age Animals of Europe

Hairy Rhino (pictured right) ,unfortunately the Woolly Rhino is now extinct, its skeletons are found occasionally.



The Permafrost of Siberia in Russia Hides the Mummified Remains of Ice Age Animals.

  10 Most Amazing Permafrost Discoveries of Ice Age Mega-fauna

 The thick permafrost in Russian Siberia hides the mummified remains of ice age animals. In some cases, entire buried carcasses that have been shrunken and desiccated down to a natural mummified state have been dug up. Here are 10 such frozen mummies that tell us how these animals lived and looked during the Ice Age.


"Did you ever wake up from a long nap feeling a little disoriented, not quite knowing where you were? Now, imagine getting a wake-up call after being "asleep" for 42,000 years."


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The Evolution of Elephants, Mammoths and Mastodons - Proboscidean Family Tree

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Straight Tusked Elephant - Palaeoloxodon | NEW 2018



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The last of the mammoths | Natural History Museum

The last mammoths survived until 4000 years ago by when Egyptians had already started building pyramids. They WERE with us.
this makes a lot of sense. If they were anything at all like elephants, mammoths would need an enormous amount of grassland to thrive. A widespread change to that ecosystem would be all that was necessary to doom them. Hunting? Sure, but how many Homo Sapiens people that area even today? Siberia isnt exactly Macau or the Netherlands!

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  Palaeoloxodon - Ancient Animal Palaeoloxodon - Ancient Animal

Palaeloxodon is the extinct genus of the giant prehistoric elephant and was similar to the famous extinct Woolly Mammoth and the modern African Elephant ?
Palaeloxodon is the extinct genus of the giant prehistoric elephant and was similar to the famous extinct Woolly Mammoth and the modern African Elephant ?
“Modern elephants are only as heavy as 7 tons.”
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Another excellent video! I couldn't believe how tiny that one pygmy species was, I never knew they could be that small. Very cool!
Didn’t know there were elephants in the Mediterranean islands this is so interesting.

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 Animal Videos

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Woolly Rhino is now extinct.
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Timothy Dingman
Camels were re imported to the US in the 1860's as the horse was re imported by the Spanish in the 1600's
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Cave Bear is now extinct.

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Cave Bear is now extinct.

  5 Strange Creatures Found Frozen in Ice - Part 2

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Tarpan || Eurasian Wild Horse || They Roamed in Europe Until A Couple of Hundred Years Ago




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Una historia de vasconia | 1.- El mito de la caverna

 La serie recrea con mirada crítica algunos de los hechos más relevantes de la historia del pueblo vasco.

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Przewalski Wild Horse

"Przewalski's" is pronounced "Je-val-ski" or "Pshe-val-ski", more accurately.

Przewalski Wild Horse Is a rare wild horse originally found in central Asia and was brought to Europe.  This horse looks identical to cave painting images of horses found in Europe. The following video gives information on the Przewalski horses in Europe and Asia.BBC QED Gallop to Freedom (Narrated by David Attenborough ...

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Tarpan Wild HorseTarpan: Repainting An Ancient Picture


Scientists discover 40,000 year old horse in Siberian permafrost

 A perfectly preserved foal belonging to the extinct Lenskave horse species was dug from its icy grave in the Batagai depression or crater in Russia earlier this month. Scientists stumbled across the immaculately preserved youngster when they were working on the remains of ancient woolly mammoths and hope that by studying the remains they can recreate an image of the landscape 40,000 years ago.

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Saiga antelope

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The saiga antelope (/ˈsɡə/, Saiga tatarica) is a critically endangered antelope that originally inhabited a vast area of the Eurasian steppe zone from the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains and Caucasus into Dzungaria and Mongolia.

They also lived in Beringian North America during the Pleistocene. Today, the dominant subspecies (S. t. tatarica) is only found in one location in Russia (in the Republic of Kalmykia and Astrakhan Oblast) and three areas in Kazakhstan (the Ural, Ustiurt, and Betpak-Dala populations). A proportion of the Ustiurt population migrates south to Uzbekistan and occasionally Turkmenistan in winter. It is extinct in the People's Republic of China and southwestern Mongolia. It was hunted extensively in Romania and Moldova until it became extinct in those regions at the end of the 18th century. The Mongolian subspecies (S. t. mongolica) is found only in western Mongolia.[3][4

 During the last glacial period, the saigas ranged from the British Isles through Central Asia and the Bering Strait into Alaska and Canada's Yukon and Northwest Territories. By the classical age, they were apparently considered a characteristic animal of Scythia, judging from the historian Strabo's description of an animal called the kolos that was "between the deer and ram in size" and was (understandably but wrongly) believed to drink through its nose.[18]

The saiga antelope. A species with a challenging existence.

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  Swedish man scares the living shit out of an attacking bear

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Cub Killer!!!: Season 4 MDMM, Episode #1

Spring brown bear hunting on the Alaska Peninsula. Billy and hunter, Bobby Morgan, watch and film a giant boar fight a sow and kill her young cubs. Billy and Bobby stalk the old boar the following morning.

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Cave Bear

"The cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) was a species of bear that lived in Europe and Asia during the Pleistocene and became extinct about 24,000 years ago during the Last Glacial Maximum. Both the word "cave" and the scientific name spelaeus are used because fossils of this species were mostly found in caves. The cave bear's range stretched across Europe; from Spain and Great Britain in the west, Italy, parts of Germany, Poland, the Balkans, Romania and parts of Russia, including the Caucasus; and northern Iran."

"Between the years 1917 and 1923, the Drachenloch cave in Switzerland was excavated by Emil Bächler. The excavation uncovered more than 30,000 cave bear skeletons. The unusual finding in a deep chamber of Basua Cave in Savona, Italy, is thought to be related to cave bear worship by Neanderthals, as there is a vaguely zoomorphic stalagmite surrounded by clay pellets."

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Irish Elk

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When Giant Deer Roamed Eurasia

Megaloceros was one of the largest members of the deer family ever to walk the Earth.


Woolly Rhinoceros
 European Bison (Wisent).
Auroch Wild Cattle
Picture on the right  showing wild Cattle and horses was painted over 15,000 years ago by Ice Age Europeans, and this cave complex can be found in Southwest France and contains some of the most remarkable Palaeolithic cave paintings in the world.  
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 Wild Wolverine filmed from Lake/Paradise/Forest Hide at Wildlife Safari Finland. My attempt to show the day of the Wolverine which are very afraid of Bears and mostly come when it is dark to eat before the Bears comes.
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 These are the 10 Interesting Facts About Wolverines You Must Know. Here, we are presenting interesting facts about Wolverines which is a beautiful animal in the nature. It is not about Wolverines movie or Wolverines red dawn but the secret information about Wolverines is as interesting as Wolverines vs deadpool. If you are Wolverines' biggest fan you will like this video.
Fact #1 The wolverine doesn't know what it is to lose a fight.
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 Video of a wolverine attacking and badly hurting a reindeer. We can see the reindeer fighting hard against the wolverine, but the wolverine jumps up and bites the reindeer in the neck. The reindeer barely escapes after the film ends, with severe injuries. The video is considered extremely rare, almost no footage at all exists of a wolverine hunting!
Wow! The Wolverine is relentless. And very tactical, smart, and evasive fighter/ Killer. Wolverine takes Deer.
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Cave Hyena
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"When modern humans first wandered into Europe some 50,000 years ago, this snaggle-toothed cat was there to greet them.

Painstaking genetic analysis of a jawbone dredged up from the bottom of the North Sea has now confirmed the theory that the so-called scimitar cat Homotherium latidens lived in Europe much longer than previously believed.

Until recently, the earliest fossil of a Homotherium in the region dated to about 300,000 years ago, and many paleontologists had assumed that’s when the large cat went locally extinct."

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Saber-Toothed Cat
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The extinct Saber-Toothed Cat (Homotherium) lived in North America, Africa, and Europe.

When Lions Ruled Europe


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When Lions Ruled Europe

 "Cave Lions once lived all across Europe, Asia and even in North America and were clearly important to early humans. But what did these animals look like? Why did they go extinct? And how did people interact with them?"

When you look at this picture and see a man at 83kg and a lion ranging from 180 to 400kg, it would make you question how people back then defended themselves against lion attacks. Today's so-called experts have said the Neanderthals only had spear stabbers, not throwing spears. Many find it hard to believe Neanderthals didn't have a type of throwing weapon. I think they would have used wooden spear thrower to deliver wooden sticks with sharp points to hunt game and to defend themselves. Lions and Wolves must have killed many Neanderthals and Ice Age White Europeans.

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 Ice Age White Europeans painted female and male lions in Europe.

 Julian Doop

Very interesting! Pleistocene megafauna, particular those in Europa, always fascinated me. Even wrote my final project on them. Cave lions are fascinating for sure. Would you perhaps cover some of their fellow megafauna from that time and place? Such as their fierce rivals, the cave hyenas? Some new research suggests that cave hyenas were the most common and dominant predator of Pleistocene Europe. Here's a compliation of scources. It also has, in addition to hyenas, also some pretty interesting information on the likes of bears, dholes, homotheriums, cave lions, cave leopards and wolves.
Ice Age Lion
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 Third picture, Extinct baby cave lions, discovered in Siberia

Extinction || European or Eurasian Cave Lion || Facts & Photos

Ice Age Lion to be Cloned By Scientists 


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An analysis of the microscopic wear on the teeth of the legendary “man-eating lions of Tsavo” reveals that it wasn’t desperation that drove them to terrorize a railroad camp in Kenya more than a century ago.

The tale teeth tell about the legendary man-eating lions of Tsavo



It's been proven in recent years that after testing the skulls that they didn't kill anywhere near 135 people. One lion killed roughly 40 people and the other about half of that. Both of the lions' had missing canines so they couldn't hunt their usual prey. The cave from the movie was a burial site, not a den where the lions lived and ate. Their skulls and hides are in the Fields Museum in Chicago. Great movie but a lot of liberties were taken to make it seem much worse than the truth.

  The FULL Story of the Man-Eating Lions of Tsavo




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Extinction of Great Auk II Facts & Photos you want to see and know

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Capercaillie display in Mykland, Norway 2010

 Capercaillie display in Mykland county in Froland, Norway. The capercaillie male had 20 matings this day. Tiurleik i Mykland våren 2010. På denne leiken var det 7 tiur og trolig omkring 20 røy. Denne dagen paret sjefen 20 ganger.

He just keeps going around displaying and the females are all ready to mate with him and he just walks around them like they aren't there. The look on the females faces is: what the heck I said OK let's go and you just walk away. Maybe he has to rejuvenate himself after each mating.



 "Hardly any other species of bird has preoccupied mankind quite as much as corvids. They are exceptionally curious, teachable and intelligent birds. Ravens are the only birds that not only use tools, but also make them themselves."

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British Wildlife - Red Squirrels

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The battle to save the red squirrel

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Press Association June 14, 2019:11am

Giant Ice Age wolf head found in Siberia

The severed head of a wolf that died about 40,000 years ago has been found in Siberia perfectly preserved in the Siberian permafrost.

Press AssociationJune 14, 20195:11am

Russian scientists have found the furry head of an Ice Age wolf perfectly preserved in the Siberian permafrost.

The head, which died 40,000 years ago, was discovered in the Russian Arctic region of Yakutia.

Valery Plotnikov, a top researcher at the local branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, said the animal belonged to an ancient subspecies of wolf that lived at the same time as the mammoths and became extinct alongside them.

Scientists said it was an adult, about 25 per cent bigger than today's wolves, but did not say whether it was male or female.

Mr Plotnikov called the discovery unique because scientists previously only had found wolf skulls without tissues or fur, while this head has ears, a tongue and a perfectly preserved brain. END

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Mammoth Tusk Hunters Discover A Perfectly Preserved Ice Age Wolf Head | Lost Beasts Of The Ice Age Download Song Information


18,000-Year-Old Puppy Found Perfectly Preserved in Siberia

 Scientists working in a remote area of northeast Siberia have made a remarkable discovery.

The remains of an 18,000-year-old puppy were found by a team of Swedish researchers exploring a site near Yakutsk.

The canine - which was two months old when it died - has been remarkably preserved in the permafrost of the Russian region, with its fur, nose and teeth all intact.

But DNA sequencing has been unable to determine the species.

Scientists say that could mean the specimen represents an evolutionary link between wolves and modern dogs

. #FrozenPuppy #IceAgePuppy #SiberiaPuppy


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