Hobbits, giant penguins and dinosaurs. Man is one of the youngest species, but his future will be “hybrid”


There were times when computers didn’t help us humans. To go out is to face the greatest dangers, dangers and enormous beasts. Make no mistake, now is the time for long-extinct animals to inhabit our planet today. We are currently researching them, adding new discoveries, new species and new knowledge, which suggest or complement scientists’ theory of the life history of the earth.

One of the latest discoveries of a new creature, notably in 2006, was the discovery of the remains of a giant penguin. His body adapted to the circumstances in which he lived. It is not a friendly black and white animal with a rounded belly and awkward movement. The individual was 1.4 meters tall, which is comparable to the largest species of penguin today (Posterior aptenoids) Always 0.2 m. Her legs are not short, on the contrary, they adapt to the whole slim body, Direct science.

The largest penguin species discovered by students in New Zealand was called Veverova, which means long legs in Maori. He lived 66 to 23 million years ago.

A new breed replacing sea urchins

A team of members of the Hamilton Junior Naturalist Club (JUNATS), led by paleontologist Chris Templar, found the bones of an extinct giant penguin while cruising through Gawhia harbor. The fossil is the largest penguin skeleton ever found.

When young scientists from Junats discovered it, it was emerging from a block of sandstone, which revealed waves. He was first misunderstood as a rusty moose. However, according to the Hamilton Museum in Wyoming, the Templars and another group leader, Tony Lorimer, quickly realized they had found something special. At the time, Templar spoke with the Waikato Museum: “We searched for fossil sea urchins and found an extinct species of penguin. What a bonus! “

With ivory trunk

The development of mammals, including that of humans, has undoubtedly been explained by Kennys and Kennys Studio. Graphics It may think that this is pure fantasy, but the truth is that they are based on real findings and data, so even if their “head does not lift you up” this scene should be closer to the reality.

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resources: Direct Science, National Geographic, CNN, YouTube / Nature, Telepages, Britannica, BBC Earth


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