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Extinct animals are those species that no longer exist on Earth

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Extinct Collection: Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs Collection
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Extinct Collection: Dodo

Dodo Collection
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Extinct Collection: Related Images

Related Images Collection
240 Items

Background imageExtinct Collection: A large Rajasaurus roars in an attempt to scare two Indosuchus away from their kill

A large Rajasaurus roars in an attempt to scare two Indosuchus away from their kill
A large Rajasaurus bellows in an attempt to intimidate two Indosuchus dinosaurs away from a dead Titanosaurus. A pack of small Compsosuchus watch while they eat scraps of meat in the foreground

Background imageExtinct Collection: Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia dinosaur

Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia dinosaur
Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia. The tyrannosaurid stumbled and fell, allowing the lambeosaurine to escape

Background imageExtinct Collection: Archaeopteryx fossil, Berlin specimen C016 / 5071

Archaeopteryx fossil, Berlin specimen C016 / 5071
Archaeopteryx fossil, Berlin specimen. Cast of the Archaeopteryx specimen held at the Berlin Natural History Museum. This cast shows the spread-out wings and long, clawed fingers

Background imageExtinct Collection: Duria antiquior (Ancient Dorset), an imaginative reconstruction of the life of

Duria antiquior (Ancient Dorset), an imaginative reconstruction of the life of
ONH99609 Duria antiquior (Ancient Dorset), an imaginative reconstruction of the life of the Jurassic seas, engraved by George Scharf (1820-95) printed by Charles Joseph Hullmandel (1789-1850)

Background imageExtinct Collection: Fossil Bird Archaeopteryx Cast - Original specimen in Berlin-Germany - Known as 'the first bird'

Fossil Bird Archaeopteryx Cast - Original specimen in Berlin-Germany - Known as "the first bird" with both
CAN-2452 Fossil Bird Archaeopteryx Cast - Original specimen in Berlin - Germany Known as "the first bird" with both dinosaurian

Background imageExtinct Collection: 1854 Crystal Palace Dinosaurs by Baxter 1

1854 Crystal Palace Dinosaurs by Baxter 1
1854. Sydenham Crystal Palace with Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins dinosaur sculptures in the foreground. 11cm x 16.3 cm. Miniature colour print by the George Baxter patent process of mutiple ink blocks

Background imageExtinct Collection: Archaeopteryx, fossil bird, Jurassic

Archaeopteryx, fossil bird, Jurassic
PM-9858 Archaeopteryx, fossil bird Jurassic Archaeopteryx Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageExtinct Collection: Coloured Engraving of a dodo

Coloured Engraving of a dodo
Engraving of a dodo, an extinct, flightless bird, related to the pigeon. The size of a swan, it was heavily-built and clumsy

Background imageExtinct Collection: Take something home with you from the Natural History Shop

Take something home with you from the Natural History Shop
General Museum poster. Drawing of a child leading a dinosaur out of the Museum, with the slogan Take something home with you from the Natural History [Museum] Shop, South Kensington, London

Background imageExtinct Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating

Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating. Artwork of male (right) and female (left) Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating. Some theories say that this dinosaur had feathers and fur, as seen here

Background imageExtinct Collection: 1862 British prehistoric marine reptiles

1862 British prehistoric marine reptiles
Lithograph with contemporary colouring, continental version of the wallchart produced by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins for the Department of Science and Art 1862

Background imageExtinct Collection: Lochness Monster

Lochness Monster
A dramatic picture of the supposed giant water creature that lives in Loch Ness, Scotland and its small offspring, followed by divers holding underwater cameras

Background imageExtinct Collection: Primitive men with spears hunting a glyptodon

Primitive men with spears hunting a glyptodon, large, armored mammal of the family Glyptodontidae.. Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from Tiere der Urwelt Animals of the Prehistoric

Background imageExtinct Collection: Iguanodons were herbivorous dinosaurs

Iguanodons were herbivorous dinosaurs from the mid-Jurassic to late Cretaceous.. Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from Tiere der Urwelt Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg

Background imageExtinct Collection: Illustration of a Segnosaurus eating leaves, Cretaceous period

Illustration of a Segnosaurus eating leaves, Cretaceous period

Background imageExtinct Collection: Awful Changes

Awful Changes
A cartoon, published in 1830, 28 years before Darwins Origin Of Species, lampooning theories of evolution. Entitled Awful Changes, it depicts an Ichthyosaurus giving a lecture on a human skull

Background imageExtinct Collection: 1855 Punch Dinosaurs Crystal Palace

1855 Punch Dinosaurs Crystal Palace
1855 Cartoon from Punchs Almanac of that year, ascribed to John Leech. " A visit to the antediluvian reptiles at Sydenham - master Tom strongly objects to having his mind improved"

Background imageExtinct Collection: Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland
Vintage colour lithograph of Alice and the Dodo, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, John Tenniel

Background imageExtinct Collection: Spinosaurus dinosaur, artwork

Spinosaurus dinosaur, artwork. Spinosaurus were enormous meat-eating dinosaurs that lived during the late Cretaceous period (99 to 65 million years ago)

Background imageExtinct Collection: Raphus cucullatus, dodo

Raphus cucullatus, dodo
Plate 1 from Memoirs on the Dodo by Sir Richard Owen, 1866

Background imageExtinct Collection: 1838 Mantells Geological Strata Section

1838 Mantells Geological Strata Section
An idealised geological section drawn by Gideon Mantell to accompany his book " Wonders of Geology" 1838. It shows the nomenclature in use during the early part of the nineteenth century

Background imageExtinct Collection: Crystal Palace Dinosaurs DD004597

Crystal Palace Dinosaurs DD004597
Prehistoric animal sculptures in Crystal Palace Park, Sydenham, London. Photographed by Paul Barkshire, 18th May 1983. The dinosaur sculptures were constructed by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins in

Background imageExtinct Collection: Brachiosaurus dinosaurs

Brachiosaurus dinosaurs at water, computer artwork. Brachiosaurus was the tallest dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It could weigh up to 70 tons

Background imageExtinct Collection: 1814 Mary Anning first ichthyosaur skull

1814 Mary Anning first ichthyosaur skull
Temnodontosaurus platydon. First scientific illustration of Mary Annings (and the world s) first ichthyosaur skull (actually found by her brother Joseph in 1811)

Background imageExtinct Collection: 1866 Waterhouse Hawkins model dinosaurs

1866 Waterhouse Hawkins model dinosaurs
1866. Restorations of Fossil Reptiles, page 80 of Henry Wards Catalogue of Casts of Fossils. Henry Ward sold scale model copies in America of Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins life sized sculptures of

Background imageExtinct Collection: UK quad artwork for the film The Dinosaur Project (2012)

UK quad artwork for the film The Dinosaur Project (2012)
Poster artwork for the release of The Dinosaur Project directed by Sid Bennett

Background imageExtinct Collection: Mauritian Dodo (Raphus cucullatus), compact bird with curved, brown bill and brown feet, side view

Mauritian Dodo (Raphus cucullatus), compact bird with curved, brown bill and brown feet, side view

Background imageExtinct Collection: Diplodocus

Diplodocus
Weighing around 20 tonnes & reaching up to 26 metres in length Diplodocus is one of the longest-known dinosaurs. It lived 155 to 145 million years ago during the Upper Jurassic

Background imageExtinct Collection: Polacanthus

Polacanthus
This dinosaur was from the family of armoured skinned dinosaurs, the Ankylosaurs. It was around 14 feet in length living around 125 million years ago. Fossils have been found in the Isle of Wight, UK

Background imageExtinct Collection: Triceratops

Triceratops
The three-horned dinosaur which lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 67 to 65 million years ago. It grew up to 9 metres in length and fossils have been discovered in USA

Background imageExtinct Collection: Ornithosuchus

Ornithosuchus
An illustration by Neave Parker of the Ornithosuchus, a thecodont, an extinct bipedal reptile closedly related to the dinosaur. It lived around 185 million years ago

Background imageExtinct Collection: Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models

Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models
Models sculpted by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, working closely with Joseph Paxton and Richard Owen, were installed in the worlds first dinosaur park which opened at Crystal Palace Park in 1854

Background imageExtinct Collection: 1862 Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs

1862 Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs
Lithograph with later hand colouring combining two of Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins six wall posters " Waterhouse Hawkins Diagrams of the Extinct Animals" produced for the Department of

Background imageExtinct Collection: 1863 Huxley from Ape to Man evolution

1863 Huxley from Ape to Man evolution
Ordered series of primate skeletons. The Frontis engraving by Waterhouse Hawkins from the first edition of Huxleys 1863 " Evidences as to Mans Place in Nature"

Background imageExtinct Collection: The Ichthyosaur from the Universal Dictionary of Natural History, 1860

The Ichthyosaur from the Universal Dictionary of Natural History, 1860
GIA4751416 The Ichthyosaur from the Universal Dictionary of Natural History, 1860 by Unknown Artist, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageExtinct Collection: Archaeopteryx - bird-like dinosaur

Archaeopteryx - bird-like dinosaur
Archaeopteryx - a genus of bird-like dinosaurs that is transitional between non-avian feathered dinosaurs and modern birds. Date: Late Jurassic Period

Background imageExtinct Collection: The Wealden, restorations, Crystal Palace Park

The Wealden, restorations, Crystal Palace Park
Original artwork by Walter Ray Woods for Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

Background imageExtinct Collection: Iguanodon and Hylaeosaurus

Iguanodon and Hylaeosaurus
Sheet 3 of a series of posters by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins c. 1862, showing Iguanodon and Hylaeosaurus. Date: circa 1862

Background imageExtinct Collection: Corythosaurus

Corythosaurus
The Corythosaurus, meaning Corinthian helmet lizard, was a bipedal herbivorous dinosaur that lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 76 to 74 million years ago

Background imageExtinct Collection: Coprolite, fossil dung

Coprolite, fossil dung
A coprolite is a fossilized dropping, perhaps from a Dinosaur. Length 29cm

Background imageExtinct Collection: Liopleurodon vertebra

Liopleurodon vertebra
A fossil vertebra from the pliosaur, Liopleurodon. These were carnivorous marine reptiles that lived during the time of the dinosaurs. This specimen was discovered in Kimmeridge, Southern England

Background imageExtinct Collection: Archaeopteryx lithographica [London specimen]

Archaeopteryx lithographica [London specimen]
Main slab of rare fossil dinobird and earliest bird found in the Upper Jurassic of Solenhofen in Germany, now on display at The Natural History Museum, London. Known also as the London Archaeopteryx

Background imageExtinct Collection: Scene in Wealden Times

Scene in Wealden Times
Scene from the Wealden times, during the Cretacous period. Painting, oil on canvas, by Eli Marsden Wilson (1877-1965), before 1935. Original held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageExtinct Collection: Coelophysis fossil

Coelophysis fossil
Coelophysis was one of the earliest known dinosaurs which lived 225 to 220 million years ago during the Upper Triassic. It was a small bipedal carnivore up to 3 metres in length

Background imageExtinct Collection: Mosasaurus marine reptile

Mosasaurus marine reptile
Mosasaurus. Artwork of a Mosasaurus marine lizard swimming underwater. This large carnivorous lizard was around 9 metres in length



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Extinct Collection

Extinct animals are those species that no longer exist on Earth. These animals have disappeared due to various reasons, including natural disasters, climate change, habitat loss, hunting and poaching. Some of the most well-known extinct animals include dinosaurs, woolly mammoths and dodos. However, many lesser-known species have also gone extinct in recent years. The extinction of these animals has a significant impact on ecosystems as they play important roles in maintaining balance within their habitats. Efforts are being made to prevent further extinctions through conservation efforts such as breeding programs and protected areas for endangered species.
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