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Choose from 69 pictures in our Sabertooth collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


A pair of Sabre-Tooth Tigers encountering UFO's Featured Sabertooth Print

A pair of Sabre-Tooth Tigers encountering UFO's

A pair of Sabre-Tooth Tigers encountering UFO's, whose occupants are involved in genetic experiments of life on Earth during prehistoric times

© Mark Stevenson/Stocktrek Images

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Phorusrhacos, Smilodons and Macrauchenia in ancient Argentina 2 million years ago Featured Sabertooth Print

Phorusrhacos, Smilodons and Macrauchenia in ancient Argentina 2 million years ago

Northern Argentina about 2 million years ago. When a land bridge formed between North and South America there were species that moved south and north. In the south, the dominant predator had been the giant terror birds. Representing these viscious birds in this image is Phorusrhacos. The large Smilodons of North America, however, wandered into the south and over time became the dominant predator eventually displacing the giant flightless birds. An unusual looking quadroped of the time was Macrauchenia. Looking like a cross between a camel and tapir. They were common among the Pampas plains of that period

© Arthur Dorety/Stocktrek Images

Illustration of a Smilodon Cat from the Cenozoic Era Featured Sabertooth Print

Illustration of a Smilodon Cat from the Cenozoic Era

Illustration of a Smilodon Cat from the Cenozoic Era. Smilodon Cat lived in North America from the Eocene to Pleistocene Period and preyed on many large animals

© Corey Ford/Stocktrek Images

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