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4 fossilised Turitella Terebralis (to 7cm's) and a single Eutriofusis Burdigalensis from the Cenozoic era, to be more exact, the tertiary period of the early Miocene epoch, around 20 million years ago this piece comes from Bordeaux, France, its around 10 cm's tall.

Theosodon is an extinct genus of litoptern from the early Miocene of South America by Tim Hansen

Long Jawed Mastodon Long Jawed Mastodons stood about 4 1/2 ft high, had four tusks and lived in the Oligocene epoch (from about 33.7 to 23.8 million years ago), part of the Tertiary Period in the Cenozoic Era. During the Oligocene epoch, the first Mastodons lived in Africa and their larger descendants spread over Asia, Europe and finally to Northern America about 15 million years ago in the Miocene (23.8 to 5.3 million years ago.) The last Long-jawed Mastodons lived in North America and…

The paraceratherium (also called indricotherium). Paraceratherium is regarded as the largest land mammal known, with the largest species having an estimated mean adult mass of 11 t (12 tons).

Maiacetus - James Gurney - (Maiacetus ("mother whale") is a genus of early middle Eocene (ca. 47.5 mya) cetacean from Pakistan. These whales gave birth on land.