According to Real Clear Science, Neanderthals disappeared 30,000 years ago, so we won't ever know what our relationship with our close cousins was actually like — which makes it hard to speculate about what it might be like if Neanderthals still lived. According to Bears of the World, the short-faced bear was 12 feet tall when standing upright and could weigh up to a ton. By comparison, the largest-known great white shark is about 20 feet long and weighs at least 2 tons. And a good thing, too, because Dunkleosteus lived in the ocean and Dunkleosteus made piranhas look like goldfish. Kronosaurus was a marine reptile that lived 120 million years ago, measured roughly 33 feet from snout to tail, and weighed maybe 7 to 10 tons. Fortunately, Gigantopithecus did the smart thing — it caught a boat to southern Oregon and set up camp in the woods where it learned to emulate the haunting yet melodic call of the reality television producer. According to the BBC, these flightless birds were basically just feathered, beaked velociraptors only without the charm and good looks. Extinct creatures that would wreck the Earth if they were alive today. And a good thing, too, because if all these terrifying creatures had been roaming the African landscape, the ancestors of human beings would have never come down from the trees. And if you don't find him, you can buy plenty of T-shirts and coffee mugs and fridge magnets that will at least let your friends know you gave it your best shot. The terror bird became South America's top predator and reigned for nearly 60 million years, finally disappearing from the fossil record around the same time as megalodon. Hyneria was a large predatory lobe-finned fish that lived during the Devonian period around 360 million years ago. Literally. That was Phorusrhacidae, which are much more accurately known as "terror birds." 1 Games 1.1 Jurassic World: Alive 2 Trivia 3 Navigation Tyrannolophosauris one of the hybrids that can be created in the game since Update 1.5. Bigfoot is so elusive he evidently doesn't poop and disintegrates when he dies, and occasionally puts bear DNA in his hair samples just to confuse everyone who wastes their time and money looking for him. If the demogorgon of Stranger Things haunts your nightmares, consider this: The gorgonops (Greek for "dreadful face"), which shares a similar sort of name and a similar sort of reputation and at one point actually existed. Belonging to S tier, Dunkleosteus is a damage dealer, who prioritizes armor and health over mobility and stealth. According to Smithsonian, if you stood next to one of these things it would come up to your waist, at least temporarily because then it would be eating you and you'd no longer be, you know, standing. Hyneria At first, it could only in the Aquatic card packs purchasable by real money. Members of this family are often depicted as walking fish. ( want to put Extra episode for Walking with Trilogy retold that he didn't do like Majungasaurus, Microraptor, and Tylosaurus so i decide to do a Extra Episode for him) Walking with Monsters 3D Adventure: The Reptile take over: Archaeosyodon(Main Protagonist) Biarmosuchus(Main Antagonist) Estemmenosuchus(Minor) Kamacops Platyoposaurus Helicoprion The Calf who was a Reptile: … Bear spray costs like $40 a bottle, and people will pay that much for the stuff because bears are super terrifying and will actually kill and eat you if you happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Just kidding. They consisted of a disarticulated partial skull and fragments of the shoulder girdle. Who doesn't love snakes? Dragged silently downward by the weight of its armored head, the Dunkleosteus terrelli’s lifeless body disappeared into a murky cloud rising from the sea floor. Here's where it gets extra-super-scary — native New Zealanders have an oral tradition that includes descriptions of Haast's eagles actually attacking human children, so we don't have to even imagine all the ways this predator might have been dangerous to people because it was actually, literally dangerous to people. Tyrannolophosaur is a genetically modified hybrid of Tyrannosaurus rex GEN 2 and Dilophosaurus GEN 2 in Jurassic World: Alive. Would we still have beach vacations? And like the Haast's eagle, the short-faced bear shared its territory with humans, so it was almost certainly a major existential threat to the early people of North America. Hyneria (and Eusthenodon) belongs to the Tristicoptereridae, the family of osteolepiform lobe-fin fishes most closely related to tetrapods and the Elpistostegalia (Elpistostege and Pandericththys). On the flip side, we wouldn't have to worry about bears in our campsites because the titanoboa would eat all the bears. Hyneria was a large lobe-finned fish that lived in Late Devonian North America. The Worf Effect: Exists solely to show how dangerous a predator Hyneria was. Dunkleosteus predates the megalodon and it even predates dinosaurs — it lived 360 million years ago, was nearly 20 feet long, and was basically the Kraken minus the tentacles plus the armor of a tank. Apocalypse How: All over the place.Some of the lower levels have already happened, and the world has recovered, although a little worse for wear. Dunkleosteus predates the megalodon and it even predates dinosaurs — it lived 360 million years ago, was nearly 20 feet long, and was basically the Kraken minus the tentacles plus the armor of a tank. Survival in general? The Dunkleosteus's head is totally armoured, except for the eyes. According to Earth Touch, Dunkleosteus' head was covered with thick, bony plates, which ended in super-sharp fangs that were made from the same material as the bony plates. It had the most powerful bite of any organism that ever existed on the planet,1 enough to crush an automobile.2 Wikipedia has a more detailed and comprehensive article on Megalodon 1 Games 1.1 Jurassic Park: Builder 1.2 Jurassic World: The Game 2 References 3 Navigation see … Hyneria is a genus of large prehistoric predatory lobe-finned fish which lived during the Devonian period around 360 million years ago. So how would this creature change our world if it still lived today? Part of the BBC Documentary "Walking with Monsters". Entertain yourself for hours with MakeaGif’s fish GIFs. We evolved during a time when most truly horrifying predators existed only as fossils, which means we could do things like walk around on the ground, swim in the ocean, and live past the age of 19. According to ThoughtCo, Sarcosuchus, also known as "SuperCroc" (because of course SuperCroc) could reach lengths of 40 feet and might have weighed 10 times as much as its pathetic little saltwater cousin. It is made from the DNA of Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops, Velociraptor, Ankylosaurus, and Stegosaurus, making it a deadly fighting machine. [5], "25 years of fossil collecting yields clearest picture of extinct 12-foot aquatic predator", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hyneria&oldid=967023385, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 10 July 2020, at 17:26. Hyneria was a lobe-finned fish, it had a solid bony skeleton, stout muscular fins and was covered in large scales. In the plus column, most employers would be totally fine with telecommuting because no one would want to leave their house, ever. No, really. So what would life on planet Earth be like if we also had species-ism to deal with? Maybe we wouldn't have grown to think of ourselves as a completely unique and superior species, and maybe as a result of that we'd be much better caretakers of our planet. Also, Discovery Channel would have been telling the truth and therefore would become quality television programming, and that's really getting into some bizarro-world stuff right there. It did no such thing and neither did any other primate, except for humans attending the Oregon Shakespeare festival. Crocodiles are one of the few creatures that actually eat human beings. The saltwater crocodile is the largest reptile on earth — it can grow to be 23 feet long and can weigh more than a ton. Odds are it would be megalodon, though. So if these things still roamed the Earth, well, there would be a ton of cows with broken legs and lots of humans missing their heads. (Haha no.). It would eat seals and walruses and it would laugh in the face of dolphins and then eat them, and then it would eat boats and lighthouses and airplanes and whatever the hell else it wanted to eat. [2], Hyneria was a large fish, estimated at 2.5–3.7 m (8.2–12.1 ft) in total length,[2][3] its skull had heavy, ornamented dermal bones and its lower jaw was relatively long and shallow, the teeth were stout with those of the premaxilla forming fangs upwards of 5 cm (2 in). The good news is that a lot of these insanely terrifying predators lived in the ocean. For example, the Three Spheres Cataclysm was an apocalyptic event of unknown extent that made about 90% of the world Ret-Gone, to the point that even witnesses have no clue what was erased, although it is known that what was destroyed was not … A death shroud of mud and freshly deposited sediment encased the remains. Hyneria was a prehistoric lobe-finned fish closely related to Eusthenopteron. However it too would have been seseptable to predation from far larger predators, like the infamous placoderm Dunkleosteus terrelli (6 m). [2][4] Its body was covered by cycloid scales. They're so cuddly and huggable and venomous and too small to constrict you to death and actually eat you or anything, with a few horrifying exceptions. We take a look at Megalodon Vs Dunkleosteus who would win? According to New Zealand Birds Online, Haast's eagle had a wingspan of nearly 10 feet and an arrangement of feet and claws that rivaled a modern tiger. But because it's fun to look back through time and ask ourselves "What if?" Hyneria was a large predatory fresh water fish from the Devonian, It lived in rives hunting amphibians and other fish. So what would it mean for modern humans if this terrifying creature suddenly reappeared in oceans around the world? Hyneria eats a Stethacanthus shark. The Haast's eagle lived in New Zealand and was still flying around being terrifying as recently as 500 or 600 years ago. The Devonian is often mentioned as the period of the apparition of amphibians on Earth. [4][3] It had large sensory canals to aid in detection of possible prey, as the freshwater environment it inhabited likely was murky and had low visibility. Victims would be caught in its jaws and then, while still alive, swallowed head first. It also had powerful jaws and sharp teeth, and could swim fast making it a deadly predator. The Dunkleosteus is a large fish found in the ARK's oceans. According to National Geographic, this huge primate was 10 feet tall and weighed more than half a ton. If you ever met a short-faced bear, though, forget it. It was approximately 4 meters … It was not a reptile but it was not a mammal, either — it was a primitive therapsid, which was an ancestor of today's mammals except without being fluffy or cute in any way. They were designed to scrape together when the fish opened and closed its jaws, so being approached by one of these things was the equivalent of being approached by a dude in a helmet and plate armor who is meticulously and deliberately sharpening two large machetes, only underwater. Hyneria was a large fish, estimated at 2.5–3.7 m (8.2–12.1 ft) in total length, its skull had heavy, ornamented dermal bones and its lower jaw was relatively long and shallow, the teeth were stout with those of the premaxilla forming fangs upwards of 5 cm (2 in). Hyneria byla dominantním predátorem těchto ekosystémů (pokud nepočítáme stejně velké rhizodonty 7 či občasné návÅ¡těvy mladých dunkleosteů). While its body's physique is similar to that of a standard fish with an eel-like tail, its head makes the beast very distinct. Megalodon Vs Dunkleosteus who would win? Its fossils were found in Hyner, Pennsylvania. Which does sort of make you wonder, what would become of the human race and the modern world we live in if suddenly some higher power just resurrected all of pre-history's most terrifying creatures? Thankfully, the era of enormous, terrifying predators is mostly over, with the exception of grizzly bears, crocodiles, and the Discovery Channel. So let's imagine what life would be like if this creature were roaming the suburbs. So what would the Bigfoot industry look like today if Gigantopithecus still roamed the Earth? It is a pretty safe bet, though, that Neanderthals would wreck life as we know it ... but let's just pretend that it wouldn't be in a bad way. Would we be ignoring their job applications, calling the cops on them for barbecuing in the park, and generally making life for them uncomfortable and dangerous? So say goodbye to oceanic recreation unless it's on a really, really big boat, and even then you might want to get your insurance policy in order well in advance of your bon voyage. Threatening Shark: Ultimately subverted. It had no predators and was the dominant build and literally could destroy any other build if it really wanted too. [4] Hyneria is considered the largest and most common lobe-finned fish found in the Red Hill Shale. Meanwhile, the ocean could stay mercifully on the other side of the prairie. It will attack its prey such force that it can shoot its self out of the water, If the ground is muddy it can drag its body out of the water and grab its prey and pull it … It died out roughly 12,000 years ago, though, which is unfortunate from a species diversity perspective but pretty danged fortunate from the camping industry's perspective because if short-faced bears still roamed North America they'd have to make tents out of steel and that would be super impractical for most backpackers. Thanks, Nature, that's big enough. Share the experience with your friends or post on other websites to share the fun! Hyneria swam in estuaries and rivers of the Late Devonian period, though it would sometimes venture onto land for food. And as far as fishing is concerned, well, the industry might not have the same kind of draw if these things were competing with anglers for all the rainbow trout in the local river. Megalodon roamed the seas from 23 million years ago to about 2.6 million years ago, and since Kronosaurus lived 100 million years before the earliest evidence of megalodon, we'll sadly never find out who would win in a fight. So in a world where Dunkleosteus still lived, swimming, boating, wading, or looking at the ocean without a sense of foreboding would all be pretty much off the table. Death Dodo, also referred to as the Dodo defense project, is a purple Dodo with a feather crest on its' head and prominent feathers on the bird's breasts. According to Prehistoric Wildlife, this thing could reach roughly 10 feet in length, depending on the species. We may think wolves and tigers and lions are scary, man-eating beasts but when was the last time you heard about someone actually getting eaten by one of those? We don't have to tell you all the many ways that megalodon, if it still existed, would wreck the world. An adult was capable of killing a bison, which is like five or ten times heavier than you are and also way, way faster than you, too. swordfish, tuna, and sharks require thousands of gallons of tank space. Hyneria lindae as it appeared in Walking with Monsters Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Sarcopterygii Superorder: Osteolepiformes Family: Tristichopteridae Genus: †HyneriaThomson, 1968 Type species †Hyneria lindaeThomson, 1968 Hyneria was a fish which lived in the Devonian age about 360 MYA. It is unknown if Death Dodo is a hybrid or simply a genetically enhanced Dodo. According to ThoughtCo, Kronosaurus was named after Kronos, the Greek Titan who ate his own children, so yeah. The genus name Hyneria is a reference to the village of Hyner, Pennsylvania, near where the first specimen was found. The gorgonops might have been warm-blooded and was probably fast on its feet, and its enormous canines would have been well-equipped to tear through the thick hides of most of the herbivores that lived at the time, and also your leather jacket, Ultrex coat, or your super wussy paper-thin human skin. On the other hand, perhaps the presence of similar but fundamentally different types of humans would be humbling. It has "cracks" in which light will occasionally flash and also has electricity pulsing from the animal as seen when it steps, attacks, gets up, or roars. Although Dunkleosteus had a powerful bite it was not the strongest amongst fish,‭ ‬that title goes to the gigantic shark C. megalodon that lived several hundred million years later.‭ ‬Still,‭ ‬with a bite force estimated at almost two metric tons,‭ ‬Dunkleosteus could … It was a seriously fast hunter and probably killed by crushing and shaking its prey. Megalodon was a massive shark that lived from the Late Oligocene to the Early Pleistocene epochs. Ultimasaurus is a hybrid from the cancelled Kenner toy line Jurassic Park: Chaos Effect. We wouldn't have cats anymore, or dogs, or horses ... or probably circus elephants either. Don't relax just yet, though, because at least one perfectly-capable-of-eating-humans creature did share the world with people, and it wasn't really that long ago, either. Najednou se vÅ¡ak přiřítil mladý, asi čtyřmetrový Dunkleosteus, který do ní … Well, it could probably eat your 15-foot sailboat, and it would certainly not hesitate to eat a 7-foot surfboard or a 6-foot swimmer. Kronosaurus was terrifying but there was another sea creature that could have taken Kronosaurus with one fin tied behind its back and that, of course, was megalodon, which you might know from such fake Discovery Channel documentaries as Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives. (Some anacondas have been noted at around 30 feet in length, but let's just bury that little tidbit as deep as it will go, hmm?). The rise of human beings from wussy tree-dwelling primate to conquerors of planet Earth was largely due to luck. i can get a snakehead now that would thrive in a 55g for a while.. long enough to breed and release them to where they would grow and Grow AND GROW. Dunkleosteusis a removed genus of arthrodire placoderm fish that was popular during the Late Devonian period, about 358–382 million years ago. The largest snake alive today is the giant anaconda, which grows to about 17 feet and can weigh around 550 pounds. Fossils suggest that Hyneria… [4] These were the only remains known until 1993 when a renewed collecting effort discovered abundant new material. As horrifying as the idea of a 550-pound snake is, it's only about 22 percent as horrifying as a 2,500-pound snake. Well at one point, Nature evidently disagreed and decided to make a much, much bigger crocodile because a 1-ton, 23-foot killing machine is evidently just not impressive enough. So as long as you moved to Kansas or something, you'd only have to worry about decapitation by pecking, being swallowed by a snake with the girth of a large tree, baseball-sized bird poops, and random other land-based terrors. Obrovská ryba stále vytrvale narážela do kořenů. Where most animals have teeth, massive jagged plates of bone e… It thrived in the warm tropical forests of China for around 6 to 9 million years, then the last Pleistocene ice age rolled around and Gigantopithecus died out because as the climate changed and forests gave way to savannas, there wasn't enough food to maintain a large population of calorie-hungry beasts of gigantic proportions. this isn't the first dilema american has had. 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