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Gomphotherium angustidens by Leogon
Gomphotherium angustidens
Gomphotherium(Welded Beast) is an extinct genus of proboscid that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America and lived for about 10 million years from 13.650—3.6 Ma. The genus emigrated into Asia, Europe and Africa after a drop in sea level (probably during the Tortonian epoch) allowed them to cross over.It survived into the Pliocene, and its remains have been found in Chile,France, Germany, Austria, Kansas, Tennessee, Pakistan, Kenya and Bosnia and Herzegovina.Gomphotherium stood around 3 metres (9.8 ft) high with an estimated weight of 4-5 tons, and bore a strong resemblance to a modern elephant. However, it had four tusks; two on the upper jaw and two on the elongated lower jaw.(
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gomphoth…

Depiction here is made by PS CS6.
I hope you like it and please don't forget to help me by your opinions.Thanks in advance...:-)
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Dinictis by Leogon
Dinictis
At last another work!
It's a long time since I have submitted my last work,and now I've come back with a Dinictis.
It has been a subject of debate whether this nimravid was plantigrade or digitigrade...but I prefer to depict it on it's toes ;P
Anyway,here is a nice nimravid from North American Miocene which is considered to be the leopard of it's own time.
I hope you like this and please don't forget your advice as it really helps me.Thanks for the visit!:-) 
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Dinictis-felina by Leogon
Dinictis-felina
A Dinictis felina, jumping out of the ambush,to hunt its prey... Here is another nimravid saber-tooth, from North American Eocene to Miocene.Dinictis had a sleek body 1.1 metres (3.6 ft) long, short legs 0.6 metres (2.0 ft) high with only incompletely retractable claws, powerful jaws, and a long tail. It was very similar to its close relative,Hoplophoenus.they were top predators of their habitat.
The Dinictis and the grasses are created in Artrage,then adjusted in PS cs6 and a background was added to the whole work.Hope You like it !:D
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Mammoth : Spring is on the way... by Leogon
Mammoth : Spring is on the way...
A woolly mammoth(Mammuthus primigenius) is sniffing the still cold air of a permanent Winter to trace the smell of the Spring.During the Pleistocene long Winters were not an uncommon experience for the mammoth steppe megafauna.
I made this big guy based on the famous Siegsdorf specimen,which is considered as one of the latgest males ever found.
I hope you like it...:-)
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Panthera atrox by Leogon
Panthera atrox
Well,well...And know here is the magestic American lion,Panthera atrox,or as some authors call it Panthera"leo" atrox. It is one of the most prominent big cats of Pleistocene and survived till 11000 years ago... It had really huge sizes,up to 1.2m 
at the shoulder and about 2.5m of head and body length.
The atrox here created by Artrage 4 and completed by PS CS6.
Please don't forget advising me by your comments.:-)
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Today,I celebrate my 400th watcher!! not a bad "friends list" in less than 2 years...I really feel honored to be beside you,a member of Great DA!:D

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cricketumpire Featured By Owner 18 hours ago  Hobbyist Photographer
There is only one wish on my mind - to thank you for faving "Top of the world..."

So thanks for your continued interest Leogon    travel the world 
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IJoinedCozIcan Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New member Student Traditional Artist
Thanks for faving mah single celled organism! :hug:
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Leogon Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome:-) (Smile)
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Dontknowwhattodraw94 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the favorite :)
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Leogon Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome:-) (Smile)
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Eddyfying Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks so much for the fave!!:) (Smile) 
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Leogon Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome:-) (Smile)
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Eozspike Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for more faves! :D
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Leogon Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome:-) (Smile)
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Thanks for the Hesperosaurus favorite M :happybounce: 
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