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Prehistoric Era Collection

Step back in time and explore the captivating wonders of the prehistoric era

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: A large Rajasaurus roars in an attempt to scare two Indosuchus away from their kill

A large Rajasaurus roars in an attempt to scare two Indosuchus away from their kill
A large Rajasaurus bellows in an attempt to intimidate two Indosuchus dinosaurs away from a dead Titanosaurus. A pack of small Compsosuchus watch while they eat scraps of meat in the foreground

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia dinosaur

Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia dinosaur
Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia. The tyrannosaurid stumbled and fell, allowing the lambeosaurine to escape

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Argentina, Patagonia, Cueva de las Manos, ( Cave of Hands ), cave paintings

Argentina, Patagonia, Cueva de las Manos, ( Cave of Hands ), cave paintings
Argentina - Patagonia - Cueva de las Manos, ( Cave of the Hands ) (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1999). Cave paintings

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Illustration of a Segnosaurus eating leaves, Cretaceous period

Illustration of a Segnosaurus eating leaves, Cretaceous period

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Bronze Age

Bronze Age
Illustration of objects from a Bronze Age

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Catal Huyuk, ancient settlement in Anatolia, Turkey, from c. 6500 BC

Catal Huyuk, ancient settlement in Anatolia, Turkey, from c. 6500 BC

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Petroglyphs, Parowan Gap, Iron County, Utah, United States of America, North America

Petroglyphs, Parowan Gap, Iron County, Utah, United States of America, North America

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Illustration of evolution of the horse

Illustration of evolution of the horse

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Sun Chariot, bronze and gold leaf, from Trundholm

Sun Chariot, bronze and gold leaf, from Trundholm
Prehistory, Denmark, Bronze Age. The " Sun Chariot", bronze and gold leaf. From Trundholm

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Carcharodontosaurus dinosaur, side view

Carcharodontosaurus dinosaur, side view
Side profile of a Pinacosaurus dinosaur. Pinacosaurus was a herbivorous ankylosaur that lived in the Cretaceous Period of Mongolia and China

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Illustration of Hadrosaurus dinosaur

Illustration of Hadrosaurus dinosaur

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Doryaspis swim amongst a bed of Anthozoa

Doryaspis swim amongst a bed of Anthozoa
8-inch-long jawless fish of the genus Doryaspis swim amongst a bed of Anthozoa of the order Actiniaria (AKA sea anemones) 410 million years ago in what is today the Svalbard archipelago in Norway

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: An Alvarezsaurid bird cleans the mouth of a Giganotosaurus carolinii dinosaur

An Alvarezsaurid bird cleans the mouth of a Giganotosaurus carolinii dinosaur

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Ankylosaurus dinosaurs defend themselves against a T-Rex

Ankylosaurus dinosaurs defend themselves against a T-Rex
A pair of Ankylosaurus herbivore dinosaurs defending themselves against a deadly carnivorous T.Rex during Earths Cretaceous Era

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Tyrannosaurus Rex eats the carrion of a dead Triceratops

Tyrannosaurus Rex eats the carrion of a dead Triceratops
A Tyrannosaurus Rex eats the carrion of a dead Triceratops in prehistoric wetlands

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Smilodon on a mountainside

Smilodon on a mountainside

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Illustration of dinosaur hatching from egg

Illustration of dinosaur hatching from egg

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Illustration of a Deinosuchus, a crocodilian from the Late Cretaceous period

Illustration of a Deinosuchus, a crocodilian from the Late Cretaceous period

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Albertosaurus hunts by moonlight

Albertosaurus hunts by moonlight. Albertosaurus was a tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in western North America during the Late Cretaceous Period

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: 3D rendering of an Ankylosaurus dinosaur skeleton

3D rendering of an Ankylosaurus dinosaur skeleton, side view. This armored dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: A raptor stalks a pair of grazing Europasaurus holgeri dinosaurs

A raptor stalks a pair of grazing Europasaurus holgeri dinosaurs

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: A group of Dodo birds crossing a natural bridge over a stream

A group of Dodo birds crossing a natural bridge over a stream

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: A herd of dinosaurs walk past a flying saucer lodged into the ground

A herd of dinosaurs walk past a flying saucer lodged into the ground
A herd of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaurs from the Cretaceous Period, walk past a giant flying saucer lodged into the ground after a bad landing

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: A baby Tyrannosaurus Rex roars while safely standing between its mothers legs

A baby Tyrannosaurus Rex roars while safely standing between its mothers legs
A baby Tyrannosaurus Rex roars defiantely while safely standing between its mothers legs

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: A Rubeosaurus roams a prehistoric environment

A Rubeosaurus roams a prehistoric environment

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus

Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus
Vintage engraving of an Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus. The Ichthyosaurus is a genus of ichthyosaurs from the early Jurassic

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Mesolithic man, gathering around fire in family groups and building dwellings

Mesolithic man, gathering around fire in family groups and building dwellings

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Illustration of a herbivorous diplodocus dinosaur feeding on leaves

Illustration of a herbivorous diplodocus dinosaur feeding on leaves

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Illustration of bones of Tyrannosaurus foot showing long toes, small first toe, or dew claw

Illustration of bones of Tyrannosaurus foot showing long toes, small first toe, or dew claw, and ankle joint

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Illustration of a Phiomia, a type of Gomphothere from the Oligocene period

Illustration of a Phiomia, a type of Gomphothere from the Oligocene period, and a present-day African elephant (Loxodonta africana)

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: A fierce Prestosuchus dinosaur

A fierce Prestosuchus dinosaur. Prestosuchus was a carnivorous archosaur dinosaur that lived in the Triassic Period of Brazil

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: 3D rendering of a Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton

3D rendering of a Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton. T-Rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs of the Cretaceous period

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Sauropod and duckbill dinosaurs feed peacefully together

Sauropod and duckbill dinosaurs feed peacefully together
In this prehistoric scene, both sauropod and duckbill dinosaurs feed peacefully together, but remain alert to any possible dangers

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Giganotosaurus hunting

Giganotosaurus hunting. Giganotosaurus was a large carcharodontosaurid dinosaur that lived in what is now Argentina during the early Cenomanian age of the Late Cretaceous Period approximately 100 to

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Arthropleura invertebrate on white background

Arthropleura invertebrate on white background. Arthropleura was a giant insect invertebrate that lived in North America and Scotland during the Carboniferous Period

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Dracoraptor is a carnivorous theropod from the Early Jurassic period

Dracoraptor is a carnivorous theropod from the Early Jurassic period
Dracoraptor hanigani is a carnivorous theropod from the Early Jurassic period

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Islands

Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Islands
Neolithic standing stones on the Orkney Islands known as the Ring of Brodgar. UNESCO World Heritage Site

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Bulgaria, Sofia, Natsionalen Istoritcheski Muzej, Gold leaf with animal figures from Varna

Bulgaria, Sofia, Natsionalen Istoritcheski Muzej, Gold leaf with animal figures from Varna
Prehistory, Bulgaria, Aeneolithic - Gold leaf with animal figures from excavations at Varna, tomb 36

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Terracotta statuette known as the Sleeping Lady, from Hal Saflieni Hypogeum

Terracotta statuette known as the Sleeping Lady, from Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
Prehistory, Malta, Neolithic. Terracotta statuette known as the " Sleeping Lady". From Hal Saflieni Hypogeum

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Illustration of Archaeopteryx perched on branch with dragonfly in beak

Illustration of Archaeopteryx perched on branch with dragonfly in beak

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Orkney Islands, Standing Stones of Stenness

Orkney Islands, Standing Stones of Stenness
Scotland, Orkney Islands, Standing Stones of Stenness. The Standing Stones of Stenness, a Neolithic stone circle monument on the mainland of Orkney, Scotland

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Prehistoric anthropomorphic menhir sculpture from Pontevecchio, Liguria Region, Italy

Prehistoric anthropomorphic menhir sculpture from Pontevecchio, Liguria Region, Italy, 3rd Millennium B. C
Prehistory, Italy, 3rd millennium b.C. Anthropomorphic menhir statues from Pontevecchio (Liguria region, Italy)

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: England, Wiltshire

England, Wiltshire
Wiltshire - Avebury stone circle

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Islands

Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Islands
Neolithic standing stones or henge in the Orkney islands, known as the Ring of Brodgar

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Prehistoric dwellings at Jarlshof, Sumburgh, Shetland, Shetland Islands

Prehistoric dwellings at Jarlshof, Sumburgh, Shetland, Shetland Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Dinosaur at the Natural History Museum, London, England

Dinosaur at the Natural History Museum, London, England

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Colourful multi-textured coral cluster

Colourful multi-textured coral cluster

Background imagePrehistoric Era Collection: Precambrian fossils, Mistaken Point, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland

Precambrian fossils, Mistaken Point, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada, North America



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Step back in time and explore the captivating wonders of the prehistoric era. Journey to Argentina's enchanting Patagonia region, where hidden within its rugged landscapes lies the mesmerizing Cueva de las Manos, also known as the Cave of Hands. Marvel at ancient cave paintings that have stood the test of time, showcasing humanity's artistic prowess from a bygone era. Travel across continents to Anatolia, Turkey, and discover Catal Huyuk—an ancient settlement dating back to approximately 6500 BC. Immerse yourself in this archaeological marvel and witness remnants of an advanced civilization that thrived thousands of years ago. Delve into the depths of history with illustrations depicting a Segnosaurus delicately feasting on leaves during the remarkable Cretaceous period. Witness evolution unfold before your eyes through an intricate illustration showcasing the transformation of horses over millennia. Venture westward to Parowan Gap in Utah, North America—a site adorned with petroglyphs etched onto rocks by indigenous peoples centuries ago. These enigmatic carvings provide glimpses into their rich cultural heritage and spiritual beliefs. Observe nature's symbiotic relationships as an Alvarezsaurid bird meticulously cleanses the mouth of a Giganotosaurus carolinii dinosaur—a testament to inter-species cooperation even amidst fierce predators. Transitioning further along our journey through time brings us to the Bronze Age—an epoch marked by technological advancements and societal progress. Explore this pivotal era when civilizations flourished and bronze became integral for tools, weapons, and artistry. Witness life's beginnings as you encounter an awe-inspiring illustration capturing a dinosaur hatching from its egg—symbolic of new beginnings and resilience against all odds. Encounter majestic creatures like Hadrosaurus dinosaurs roaming vast lands millions of years ago—a reminder that Earth has been home to diverse species long before our existence.