Thy lived in North America and Europe during the Miocene and Pliocene Epoch (23 million to 2.6 million years ago). They spread to Asia and Africa after Pliocene Epoch. Some Saber Tooth Tigers moved to South America during the Pleistocene Epoch. They lived in areas where plant-eating animals lived. These areas include pine forests, shrubby … Read more
As compared to modern day predators, the size of Saber Tooth Tiger was similar to the modern African Lions. However, it was much stronger and had limbs that were shorter. Their weight was from 55 kg to 400 kg. They around 5.7 feet long and had 100 cm shoulder height. It had Elongated Canines, Wide … Read more
A centaur. Four-footed drive train AND arms with hands with opposable thumbs.
Has to be the best design for any animal.
Question: Why are all the higher animals (with the exception of some fish) based on a 4 limbed design?
All of my favorites I wouldn't be able to appreciate unless I had the option to turn into them
Since we cannot see it, I'd say the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland.
That is the Vermont Roadkill breed of cat.
I think it's because a lot of the hunting programs are conservation charities, and only let you take out certain animals. Imho, there could still be a better way tho
A sorcerer. I'd pay him as an assistant.
No ecological impact, nobody even need know.
Pegasus. Think of all the traffic I would avoid and the great places I could see!
Two unicorns---male and female, and modified if necessary so that they have no natural predators (including warped humans).
(I would have to make numerous other conditions extant to provide for their presence. It now occurs to me at the moment that being God is much more difficult that just having ultimate powers---there are so many ancillary … Read more
Now I don't really know for other states but in Wisconsin you only get 3 or 4 tags for ever deer you kill u must tag in the last season only 192k deer were hunted and it has been around the same. Number for the few years we hunt for population control imagine if those … Read more
Well, there's not much room for a debate here, Sudo.
Genesis 1:26 settled the issue---"And he said: Let us make man to our image and likeness: And let him have dominion over the fishes of the sea, and the fowls of the air, and the beasts, and the whole earth, and every creeping creature that moveth … Read more
I'd say we are improving. There was a time when piano keyboards were strictly made of ivory. ( illegal now ) If you ever played on or listened to a vintage piano then you are calling a kettle black.
The answer is "Yes" . . . They are really that stupid.
Before we all get "Up in arms" about this . . . The problem isn't the over population or ANY population control . . . It is an unbalance to the ecosystem. We (man) sees fit to change or build onto certain types of … Read more
And introduce an invasive species into our present environment? . . . Perish the thought.
I would have to bring a whole mythological ecosystem just to have the checks and balances in place so as not to have some sort of new Apex Predator . . .
I guess a single Pegasus couldn't hurt . . … Read more
House Elves! I could use the help with cleaning. It gets in the way of playtime. :)
Oh oh oh!! A Griffin!
It's done partially for population control for certain animals. Animals such as deer can be easily overpopulated and since they are voracious eaters, they could leave entire parts of the forest barren.
I found the best thing was to have a hawk live nearby. Unfortunately once the squirrel population dwindles the hawk moves on and now the squirrels have returned.
Mount it on a pole. Grease the pole with Vasiline then mount a toy slinky on the pole just below the feeder.
( hours of fun watching )