Please make a wide assortment of extinct primates from the Miocene on this huge diagram. If I could possibly tell you how many species of primates were converging during the Miocene, I would be some sort of genius. Some of them I want you to add are Sahelanthropus tchadensis, Paranthropus robustus, Ardipithicus, Australopithecus, Homo Habilis, Homo ergaster, Homo antecessor, homo neanderthalensis, homo heidelbergensis, homo rhodeisensis, and Darwinius on this diagram, that's all I know. But I'll just suggest that you should put a lot of extinct primates on here. And please add the extinct Agriotherium, Toxodon, Glyptodon, and Titanichthys to this chart, oh, and perhaps you should add more Permian synapsids, temnospondyls, therapsids, Rodents, sirenians, monotremes, most surely more extinct three-toed horses, entelodonts, nimravids, more extinct Giraffes like Sivatherium and Bramatherium, more extinct cetaceans like Cetotherium and prehistoric Seals like Acrophoca and Miocene and Eocene proboscideans such as Eritreum melakeghebrekristosi. And maybe some birds such as sinornithosaurus, saurornithoides, and Microraptor. Mauisaurus and galloping crocodilians. And some extinct lob-finned fishes such as Phizodus, and it needs more extinct bovids, and it could use some tetrapods.
Nice update, but why Alamosaurus nad Puertasaurus are bigger than Argentinosaurus? I read that Alamosaurus was the same size, and Puertasaurus was estimated to be bigger at first, but more recent estimates say it was only 100 ft long. And an even more important thing to me, why Mapusaurus is 43 ft long like Giganotosaurus? The largest estimate I know is 40 ft.
You know, one of these days you've gotta make a Gigantopithecus Sameer, that would be awesome! I can just imagine you making an amazing Deviant art drawing of Gigantopithecus standing at least 10ft tall and weighing 1,200 pounds! SO EXITING!!!!!
hmm..lol.Thanks for telling me.I changed it.It's the length and weight for some other animal which was accidentally turned on by me.I have hidden some other length/weights of animals in this document which i have.In the beginning when i made this chart,i also added the weight,length,height and as the animals are getting more then there is not much space.So i decided only to mention the species names.However this chart will complete change to match the Megafauna image when it gets completed someday.
I've read the recent book of Richard Ellis about sperm whales and he doubts many got above 18 m. In fact there's no actual data of one reaching 21 m. I'd suggest to place it at 18 m. 21 m sperm whale is like 7 m white shark, suspected but never demonstrated. It seems like the giant megalodon could have exceeded 18 m but for now this seems fine.
You should replace a Kronosaurus-like model instead of Pliosaurus. It is possible that Pliosaurus macromerus was not reaching 13 m and was about the size of Kronosaurus at 10-11 m. However, I suggest you to replace it with a kronosaur-like model because it seems that the Monster of Aramberri, a not yet named Mexican pliosaur, is related to kronosaurs and being between 12 and 14 m. In other words, this pliosaur, related to kronosaurs, is the most likely largest pliosaur to date.
I'm no amateur arguing without knowing, I can give you scientific ref. for this, the one about the pliosaur is very recent.
However the MoA’s appendicular elements predicted a considerably greater size based on Liopleurodon, so it probably has proportionally huge flippers, like the svalbad specimens for example, which will make it look somewhat Pliosaurus-like in morphology. Also, the chart labels the silhouette as Pliosaurus, so it would be a bit strange to make it look like a brachaucheniid.
Exactly, but why make a Pliosaurus look like a Kronosaurus, and why assume the Monster or Aramberri looked like Kronosaurus? That it was related to it does not mean it was similar to it in gross morphology, otherwise we’d look more similar to archaeothyris than Archaeothyris looked to Petrolacosaurus…
There is no such thing as a "kronosaurid". Who claimed the MoA’s paddles were Kronosaurus-like? I merely read hints that this specimen was related to Kronosaurus, but that doesn’t imply similar body shape.
Kronosaurus has relatively short paddles compared to Pliosaurids. On the other hand, the femoral head of UANL-FCT-R2 gave an estimate of 15m based on an immature Liopleurodon specimen, so the flippers must be very big relative to its size.