10 interesting facts about saber tooth tiger

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10 interesting facts about saber tooth tiger

Sunset of the Sabertooth by Mary Pope Osborne

This book made me cold. The icy description of the landscapes and the howls of the wind blowing through made it very chilly. Not to even mention the fact that Jack and Annie were wearing their wet bathing suits, talk about cold!

Jack kept mentioning the possibility of freezing to death if they didnt find warmer clothes, and as a kid you roll that off as an expression. But reading this as an older, more logical thinker, I began to realize how dangerous and awesome these magical adventures were. I also wondered what would happen if Jack and Annie were injured or did die in this other place.

When they go back home, time doesnt change in Frog Creek, its the same time. Would the world just freeze and never exist again if these two kids were never able to make it back?

These are some insane questions that can race through the mind of an over-thinker, that is why this concept of magic and time travel via tree house is made for children.
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Among the prehistoric animals the Saber Tooth Tiger is very famous. Kids love saber tooth tigers and are very curious about it. Learn more: How big was a Saber Tooth Tiger. The exact cause of their extinction has not be determined precisely and there are two different theories explaining different reasons for their extinction. This is excellent. I knew that there were several species of Smilodon and we have S.

Toggle navigation. Saber-toothed tiger Facts Saber-toothed tiger Smilodon is one of the most popular prehistoric mammals that once lived in North and South America. It was dominant predator on the grassland plains and open woodlands during the Pleistocene from 2. As a result of climate changes and lack of food extinction of large herbivores , saber-toothed tiger vanished from the planet at the end of the Ice Age, Interesting Saber-toothed tiger Facts: Saber-toothed tiger was slightly shorter, but much heavier compared with a modern lion. It was able to reach 79 to 98 inches in length and to pounds of weight. Despite its name, saber-toothed tiger was not a true tiger.

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Share animal photographs or incredible animal facts. The Saber-tooth cats had a weaker bite than other cats because their two large teeth were actually very brittle and fragile, and could break easily. Many of today's cats also have a more powerful bite than these impressive, prehistoric creatures. Saber-toothed cat, also called the saber-toothed tiger, Smilodon or, at times, simply saber-tooth, is a member of the now-extinct machairodontinae genus of carnivorous mammals. Even though it is often referred to as saber-toothed tiger, it is not a species of tiger. Its habitat consisted of wooded grasslands, shrub lands and Savannah. Interesting Facts about Saber-tooth Tigers.

Did you know that this fearsome predator was only remotely related to modern tigers, or that its canines were as brittle as they were long? All modern tigers are subspecies of Panthera tigris for example, the Siberian tiger is technically known by the genus and species name Panthera tigris altaica. What most people refer to as the saber-toothed tiger was actually a species of prehistoric cat known as Smilodon fatalis , which was only distantly related to modern lions, tigers, and cheetahs. Although smilodon is by far the most famous saber-toothed cat , it wasn't the only member of its fearsome breed during the Cenozoic Era : this family included over a dozen genera, including barbourofelis , homotherium , and megantereon. Further complicating matters, paleontologists have identified "false" saber-toothed and "dirk-toothed" cats, which had their own uniquely shaped canines, and even some South American and Australian marsupials developed saber-tooth-like features.

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