6R. Article: "Experts of the “United Technologies” company, together with scientists of paleontology studies from the Lviv State Nature Museum, have successfully finished the computer reconstruction of the woolly rhinoceros as well as its natural habitat on the territory of Podñarpatje." Click through for animated gif. -- Broud's totem in "Clan of the Cave Bear," there's talk of cloning these, too, for the aforementioned park: http://pinterest.com/pin/175218241723268825/
New fossils suggest unicorns might have been real. But they look horrifying so don't get too amped. http://www.seattlepi.com/science/article/New-fossils-suggest-unicorns-might-have-been-real-7213699.php
One of 14 images appearing as backlit panels (about 4 feet tall) in the Hall of Paleontology at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, this image depicts the probably rare but plausible encounter between the giant shark Carcharocles (jaw diameter estimated at 11 feet) and a medium-sized proboscidean, Platybelodon. Julius Csotonyi
Megalania was a large monitor-like lizard that lived in australia during the Pleistocene Era, about 2.5 million years ago. The massive reptile was about 23 feet (7 meters) long, the size of a Saltwater Crocodile, the largest reptile alive today. It also had a poisonous bite just like its relative, the Komodo Dragon.