“But, of course, this Brazil side aren't the ferocious sabre-toothed superpredators of old.”
“The early Britons would have lived alongside sabre-toothed cats and hyenas, primitive horses, red deer and southern mammoths in a climate similar to that of southern Britain today, though winters were typically a few degrees colder.”
“But, let's be realistic, it isn't very often that our lives are directly threatened these days, for example, we are rarely confronted by sabre-toothed tigers or warring tribes on a daily basis (okay, never).”
“As they advanced, the mammoth, sabre-toothed cats, cave bears, giant sloths, camels, horses, and wholly sic rhinos fell to their stone weapons and deliberately set fires.”
“Some south american late-cretaceous terrestial crocodylians from south america evolved large teeth which were also similar to those of sabre-toothed cats, as well as some "mammal-like reptiles".”
“To live "and have one's being under the shadow of a man-eater" was not so different from prehistoric times, Corbett reflected, when early humans cowered in caves to escape the sabre-toothed tiger.”
“Do you think they see sabre-toothed cats, big as tigers?”
“A throwback to the days of sabre-toothed tiger underwear and men who learned that dead things tasted better once blackened on the open flame!”
“I'd like to see the genomic differences between elephants and mastodons, and tigers and sabre-toothed cats…and maybe someday we can think about rebuilding a few extinct species.”
“Of course, there is something primal about it that takes him back to the days when he was slathering BBQ sauce on a sabre-toothed tiger, drink in hollowed-out skull bone in one hand, huge machete in the other.”
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