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Andrewsarchus, an extinct creature of the Eocene period, was possibly the largest carnivorous land mammal ever, known only from a single fossil skull found in Mongolia.  3D Rendering
These are Eohippus, or "dawn horse", the earliest known ancestor of the modern horse after the extinction event that ended the reign of the dinosaurs. Also known as hyracotherium. 3D Rendering
Arctocyon is an extinct prehistoric mammal that was about the side of a medium to large dog.  It lived during the Paleocene and early Eocene in North America. 3D Rendering
Ideal landscape of the eocene period, vintage engraved illustration. From Natural Creation and Living Beings.
Smilodon Cat Tail 3D illustration - The Saber-toothed Cat was a primary predator in North America during the Pleistocene and Eocene Periods.
Frankfurt German July 27th 2019:
The fossil of dorudon atrox in Naturmuseum Senckenberg.
It is a genus of extinct basilosaurid ancient whales that lived alongside Basilosaurus in the Eocene.
Landscape of the Eocene Era in Aix en Provence, vintage engraved illustration. From the Universe and Humanity, 1910.
An illustration of Gastornis (Terror Bird) on a river's edge. Gastornis are an extinct genus of large flightless birds that lived during the Eocene epoch. They grew to a height of 6.6 feet.
Darwinius Primate on White 3d illustration - Darwinius is lemur-like early primate that lived in the Eocene Period in Germany.
sycamore tree leaf with wood fragment fossil 52 million years old Green River Utah early eocene
An illustration of two male Gastornis in a wetland.  Gastornis are an extinct genus of giant flightless birds that lived during the late Paleocene and Eocene epochs of the Cenozoic era.
A large piece of fossilized orthoceras
Gray 3d Anthracotheriidae, Found in Asia in the eocene period, Animal that look like hippopotamus that lived during the primitive Period, isolated in Blue background, illustration, 3D rendering.
Turtle, fossil, lower Eocene, Wyoming. Most likely fed on fish, crayfish, shrimp, and clams.
Illustration of an Ancient mammal Megazostrodon
Kyptoceras attacked by Saber-toothed Cat 3D illustration - A Saber-toothed Cat comes out of high vegetation to attack a Kyptoceras deer during the Pleistocene Period.
fish fossil (Knightia eocenia) "mortality plate", Eocene Epoch, Green River Formation, Kemmerer, Wyoming
Fossil fish. Close up of blue toned prehistoric Knightia alta specimen from Eocene period alive 40 million years ago in Wyoming USA.
A nummulite is a large lenticular fossil,characterized by its numerous coils,subdivided by septa into chambers.These are shells of unicellular animals fossils,common in Eocene to Miocene marine rocks.
The hard carapace of exoskeleton and their inter-tidal habitat make crustaceans such as this Shore Crab from the Eocene period a good prospect for fossilization
Saber-toothed Cat Mountain 3D Illustration - A Saber-toothed Tiger makes his way through the snow as he looks for mountain prey in the Eocene Era.
An illustration of Gastornis (Terror Birds), an extinct genus of large flightless birds that lived during the late Paleocene and Eocene epochs of the Cenozoic era. They grew to a height of 6.6 feet.
Prehistoric Mammals 3d illustration - A collection of some of the better known mammals that lived during the Cenozoic Era.
Entelodon Animal Fight 3d illustration -  Two omnivorous Entelodon pigs face each other in a territorial fight during Europe's prehistoric Eocene Period.
Paris, France – October 1, 2017. Fossilized skeleton of Paroodectes feisti, a miacid animal that lived during the early Eocene. On display at Gallery of Paleontology and Comparative Anatomy in Paris.
Digital illustration, reconstruction of an extinct indohyus
Otodus obliquus shark tooth (Paleocene and Eocene period). About 60 to 45 million years ago, Kazakhstan. Macro, white background.
Ambulocetus Walking Whale 3D illustration - Ambulocetus was the primitive otter-like ancestor of the whale and lived in Pakistan and India during the Eocene Period.
Saber-tooth Cat Fangs 3D illustration - The Saber-tooth Tiger was a carnivorous cat that lived in North America during the Pleistocene, Eocene and Tertiary Periods.
The Entelodon, or hell pig, is an extinct prehistoric pig or boar-like mammal that lived during the Eocene and Miocene. On a white background . 3D Rendering
Saber-toothed Cat in Swamp 3D illustration - During the Pleistocene and Eocene Periods of North America the Saber-toothed tiger hunted for large prey animals.
The Entelodon, or hell pig, is an extinct prehistoric pig or boar-like mammal that lived during the Eocene and Miocene. On a white background . 3D Rendering
Entelodon Head 3d illustration - Entelodont was an omnivorous pig that lived during the Eocene and Oligocene Periods of Europe, Eurasia and Asia.
fossil leaf (Cedrelospermum linaetum), Eocene Epoch, Florissant, Colorado
Creodonta, realistic drawing, extinct mammals, reconstruction of appearance, illustration for animal encyclopedia, isolated image on white background
Tertiary Period, Eocene Epoch Granite sample from the Golden Horn Batholith in Okanogan County, Washington State, USA
Tinoceras, vintage engraved illustration drawing
The Galeopithecus, lemurien of the Eocene period, vintage engraved illustration. Earth before man  1886.
Shark Tooth Striatolamia sp. (belonging to the family Odontaspididae) Fossil Kazakhstan, about 50 Million Years. These extinct sharks lived from the Early Paleocene, Eocene period, to Late Miocene.
Knightia fossil fish from the eocene period
These are Eohippus, or "dawn horse", the earliest known ancestor of the modern horse after the extinction event that ended the reign of the dinosaurs. Also known as hyracotherium. 3D Rendering
Fossil fish eating another fish, Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming.
fossil leaf (Fagopsis longifolia), from the  Eocene Epoch, Florissant, Colorado
Ambulocetus natans Mammal 3D illustration - Ambulocetus was the primitive otter-like ancestor of the whale and lived in Pakistan and India during the Eocene Period.
fossil Dawn Redwood (Metasequoia occidentalis), Mid Eocene Epoch, Tranquille Shale, Cache Creek, BC, Canada
Reverse faults of the Atés formation (NE Spain), materials deposited during the Cenozoic era (Upper Eocene-Lower Oligocene).
Saber-Tooth Cat Age - A Smilodon cat roars to warn any other males to leave his territory.
Ambulocetus Mammal on White 3D illustration - Ambulocetus was the primitive otter-like ancestor of the whale and lived in Pakistan and India during the Eocene Period.
Moeritherium Mammal Tail 3D illustration - Moeritherium was a rotund semi-aquatic herbivorous mammal that lived in Egypt during the Eocene Period.
Paraceratheriums were the largest land mammals to ever exist. These early relatives of rhinos are migrating has a herd as a eusmilus, an extinct breed of great cat watches.  3D rendering
fossil fish in stone
fossil of sea animal
Fossil fish (Knightia sp.) from the Eocene Epoch, Kemmerer, Wyoming
Fossil fish mortality plate (Knightia sp) from the  Eocene Epoch, Green River Formation, Kemmerer, Wyoming
Fossil Fish from the Eocene Epoch.

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Megacerops coloradensis, a prehistoric rhinoceros, also known as brontotherium, lived in North America during Eocene, about 35 million years ago. 3D Rendering
Saber-Tooth Cat 01 - A Smilodon Cat from prehistoric times is on the prowl for his next prey.
Arsinoitherium from the Eocene era 3D illustration
Eocene Earth: 33.9 million years ago
fossil leaf (Fagopsis longifolia), from the  Eocene Epoch, Florissant, Colorado
Fossil fish (Knightia sp.) from the Eocene Epoch, Kemmerer, Wyoming
Paraceratherium Mammal Tail 3D illustration - Paraceratherium was a herbivorous mammal that lived in Eurasia during the Eocene and Oligocene Periods.
Hand drawn detailed stencil of a walking brontheterium. High quality anatomic and realistic image. Black and white picture. Megacerops.
Eocene Mioplosus fossil fish head showing teeth
Brontotherium was a prehistoric mammal that lived in North America about 35 million years ago. It's also know a megacerops. 3D rendering
3 Beautiful venricor planistraca from the Eocene from Cadzand Bad, The Netherlands
This is a Daeodon, also known as Dinohyus, an ancient relative of the wild boar that lived in North America during the Eocene and went extinct about 18 million years ago. 3D Rendering
Darwinius Primate Side Profile 3d illustration - Darwinius Primate Side Profile - Darwinius is lemur-like early primate that lived in the Eocene Period in Germany.
fossilized remains of fossilized fish. High quality photo
Bangkok-Thailand, July 15, 2017: The fossil of a prehistoric Herbivorous fish (Lepidotes buddhabutrensis) from Jurassic period in public Rock and Minerals Museum, Rama 6 road, Bangkok
Eurohippus Horse on White - Eurohippus is one of the ancestors of the modern horse and lived in the Eocene Period in tropical forests of Europe.
Paraceratherium Mammal Head 3D illustration - Paraceratherium was a herbivorous mammal that lived in Eurasia during the Eocene and Oligocene Periods.
Skeleton sea cow - Halitherium Schinzi (Tertiary period) / Vintage illustration from Meyers Konversations-Lexikon 1897
An illustration depicting Brontotherium getting a drink in forest river. Brontotherium is an extinct group of large herbivore browsers. It was endemic to North America during the Late Eocene epoch.
Moeritherium Side Profile - Moeritherium is an extinct mammal related to the elephant and the sea cow. This herbivore lived in Egypt during the Eocene Period.
Frankfurt German July 27th 2019:
The fossil of archaic whale from the Eocene of Pakistan in Naturmuseum Senckenberg.
The original position in the rock in bottom
reconstruction of swimming posture
Brontotherium
An illustration of Brontotherium on a white background. Brontotherium is an extinct group of large herbivores. It was endemic to North America during the Late Eocene epoch.
Paraceratherium Mammal on White 3D illustration - Paraceratherium was a herbivorous mammal that lived in Eurasia during the Eocene and Oligocene Periods.
A fossil shark tooth of Eocene age from Florida, USA. With a white background.
A fossil shark tooth of Eocene age from Florida, USA. With a white background.
Petrified Trunk with Pines at Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
Paris France Jun 11th 2018: the fossil specimen of Cynthiacetus in National Museum of Natural History.
It is an extinct genus of basilosaurid early whale that lived during the Late Eocene
Entelodon Omnivore - Entelodon was an omnivorous pig that lived in Europe and Asia in the Eocene through the Oligocene Periods.
Tainan City,Taiwan - July 8th,2019 :  (Fossil) at Fossil Hall of Tainan City Zuojhen Fossil Park
Big Stump, a petrified tree in Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
Big Stump, a petrified tree in Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
Gastornis, an extinct genus of large flightless birds that lived during the late Paleocene and Eocene epochs of the Cenozoic era.
Saber-Tooth Cat Angry 3D Illustration - Saber-Tooth Tiger was an extinct large carnivore that lived worldwide during the Eocene to Pleistocene Eras.
Fossil teeth of an Oreodont (Merycoidodon) in stone matrix. These extinct herbivorous pig-like mammals lived in the Late Eocene to Early Miocene epochs. Collected in South Dakota
Fragment of a fossil jaw and 5 teeth of an Oreodont (Merycoidodon), an extinct herbivorous pig-like mammal from the Late Eocene to Early Miocene epochs. Collected in South Dakota
Entelodon Side Profile - Entelodon was an omnivorous pig that lived in Europe and Asia in the Eocene through the Oligocene Periods.
An illustration of two male Gastornis fighting over a nested territory.  Gastornis are an extinct genus of large flightless birds that lived during the late Paleocene and Eocene epochs.
Fossil tooth from the jaw of an extinct giant mackerel shark, Otodus obliquus. Isolated. Collected in Morocco. These sharks lived in the Eocene epoch, 56 to 34 million years ago
Paleontological illustrations. Portrait of a  Pyrotherium. Fossil from Eocene. Pencil illustration.
An illustration of Gastornis, an extinct genus of large flightless birds that lived during the late Paleocene and Eocene epochs of the Cenozoic era. They grew to a height of 6.6 feet.
Darwinius Primate Tail 3D illustration - Darwinius was a lemur-like primate that lived in Germany during the Eocene Period.
An illustration of a Brontotherium eating a buffet of vegetation. Brontotherium is an extinct group of large herbivores. It was endemic to North America during the Late Eocene epoch.
Icaronycteris Bat on White 3D illustration - Icaronycteris index is the first bat known to science and lived in North America in the Eocene Period.
fish fossil (Priscacara oxyprion)
Eocene Epoch
Warfield Springs Quarry
Kemmerer, Wyoming
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