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Cenozoic Era Gallery

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Choose from 299 pictures in our Cenozoic Era 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 Smilodon sits on a rock surrounded by golden fall fields Featured Print

A Smilodon sits on a rock surrounded by golden fall fields

A Smilodon sits on a rock outcropping surrounded by golden fall fields. Looking down into the dense grass, he sees something he doesn't like. He snarls and bears his wicked teeth as something threatens him from below

© Daniel Eskridge/Stocktrek Images

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Brontotherium wander the lush late Eocene landscape Featured Print

Brontotherium wander the lush late Eocene landscape

Brontotherium wander the lush Late Eocene landscape of South Dakota 35 million years ago.
Modern rhinoceroses have a symbiotic relationship with birds (variously known as oxpeckers or tick birds) that eat parasites they find on the rhino's skin and noisily warn of danger. No doubt similar symbiotic relationships existed between birds and the megafauna of the Eocene

© Walter Myers/Stocktrek Images

A pair of Andean Condors fly over an Amazonian village Featured Print

A pair of Andean Condors fly over an Amazonian village

A pair of Andean Condors, male and female, fly over a village in the Amazon basin 1, 700 years ago. The Andean Condor is a large vulture whose range includes the Andes mountains and Pacific coasts of western South America. With a wingspan of over 10 feet and weighing up to 30 pounds, it is the largest flying land bird in the Western Hemisphere. Like all vultures, the Andean Condor is a scavenger feeding mainly on carrion

© Walter Myers/Stocktrek Images