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Dogs, Cats & Others
Puppy to Adult

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Eyes
Brooklyn Aquarium

Doggie Snow Play

Frisbee Frolics

Cherry Blossoms

A Bug's Eye View

Butterfly Smorgasbord

Rose Drops

Viagra Corpse Flower

 

Parks and Zoos
Napoleon's Freedom Flight
Japanese Garden
Botanic Gardens

Bonsai & Orchids

Brooklyn Zoo

Baboon Zoo Baby

Bronze Beauties

More Bronze Beauties

Central Park Zoo

Gorillas of the Bronx

Da Bronx Zoo

Dog Beach

Prospect Park Brooklyn

Independence Day 4 July NYC


People, Places, Pets
Park Slope Brooklyn

Coney Island
Halloween

Halloween Parade 08

WTC 911 Moonscape

Mammals

Dinosaurs

Dinosaur Diorama

Birds at the Museum

Ice Age Mammals

Armory Art

NYC Subway

High Rise Brooklyn Boids

Intrepid Museum Nuke Sub

Intrepid Air & Space Museum

 

Wooly Mammoths, Mastodons, Giant Armadillo, Saber Tooth Cats, European Cave Bears!  The American Museum of Natural History in New York City is not just a mind blower for dinosaurs and existing mammal exhibits.  It's a fossil graveyard for all those great Ice Age mammals who walked the frozen wilderness of North America, Europe and northern Asia.  How can you not love 'em.  They're wooly, they're mammoth, they're giant kitties with humongous fangs.  The fossils of the European Cave bear (far bottom four photos) might be most intriguing.  It was in the foot hills of Europe, where they fought a relentless 50,000 year battle against Cro-Magnon man's genocidal war to determine who would inhabit the life-saving caves.  The Cave Bear was huge, but it was primarily a vegetarian.  It was fierce, but it was the only bear that formed clans, living year round in caves.  It was smart, with groups of them waging pitched battles against the the ever-growing hoards of well armed human invaders.  According to the existing fossil record, the final conflict took place in the mountains of Yugoslavia between large numbers of Cave Bear and larger numbers of heavily armed man.  All of these magnificent creations have become memories in time... disappearing about 10,000 years ago, with the spread of man and the end of the Ice Age. What a pity. 

For excellent animated dioramas and graphics of extinct dinosaur and mammalian life, I'd suggest you go to

http://FingerLakesFossilFarm.org

 Clicking on thumbnail photo will bring up a larger photo for your viewing.

 

 

 

[Puppy to Adult] [Brooklyn Aquarium] [Napoleon's Freedom Flight] [Japanese Garden]

[Botanic Gardens] [Coney Island] [Halloween] [WTC 911 Moonscape] [Mammals] [Dinosaurs] [Armory Art]

[NYC Subway] [Brooklyn Zoo] [Eyes] [Bronze Beauties] [Bonsai & Orchids] [Central Park Zoo]

[Dinosaur Diorama] [Birds at the Museum] [Doggie Snow Play] [More Bronze Beauties] [Baboon Zoo Baby]

[Cherry Blossoms] [A Bug's Eye View] [Butterfly Smorgasbord] [Gorillas of the Bronx] [Da Bronx Zoo]

[Rose Drops] [Frisbee Frolics] [Viagra Corpse Flower] [High Rise Brooklyn Boids] [Ice Age Mammals]

[Park Slope Brooklyn]

 

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Unless otherwise stipulated, photos and text copyright Michael G. Leventhal