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On these T-shirts are some of the most fascinating natural history art of animals that have been extinct for thousands, or millions of years.

Wooly Mammoth

Wooly Mammoth

Woolly Mammoths were about 11 feet tall, lived in the Arctic Regions of the Pleistocene and became extinct 5000 or 10,000 years ago.

Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus was a large dinosaur with a very long neck that lived in western North America about 154-153 million years ago during the Jurassic

Hesperornis regalis

Hesperornis regalis

Hesperornis regalis was a huge wingless, carnivorous diving bird with teeth.

Pterodactyl

Pterodactyl

Pterodactyules and their descendents Pteranodons were sone of the most fascinating creatures ever to have lived. Some had wingspans of 20 or even 30 feet!

Tylosaurus Ruler of the Cretaceous

Tylosaurus Ruler of the Cretaceous

Tylosaurus, Ruler of the Cretaceous, was a Mosasaur species and a giant deadly predator of the ancient seas. A true monster, It ate everything.

Elasmosaurus

Elasmosaurus

Elasmosaurus was a predatory plesiosaur that lived in the ancient seas in what is now Kansas during the Late Cretaceous 80.5 million years ago

Triceratops

Triceratops

Triceratops is one of the most recognizable of all dinosaurs and depicted in countless animations often defending itself against Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Pterodactyl Man

Pterodactyl Man

Pterodactyl man protects shoppers on Mug Mile from robbers, pick pockets and other bad guys. Pterodactyl Boy, Pterodactyl Girl and Pterodactyl Woman too!

Brontosaurus

Brontosaurus

An incredibly huge dinosaur that lived from around 154 to 150 million years ago during the Jurassic Period

Uintatherium

Uintatherium

Uintatherium anceps, "Beast of the Uinta Mountains" was a mammal that lived during the Eocene epoch beginning around 52 million years ago.

Brontosaurus

Brontosaurus

Brantosaurus was an incredibly huge dinosaur that lived from around 154 to 150 million years ago during the Jurassic Period

Ceratosaurus

Ceratosaurus

Ceratosaurus ("horned lizard") was a large predatory dinosaur that lived from 156 to 145 million years ago during the Late Jurassic Period.

Glyptodon

Glyptodon

Nature creates stranger forms than the imagination can conceive. This Glyptodon grew to almost 11 feet long and Glyptodon shells became huts for humans to live in!

Archaeopteryx

Archaeopteryx

Archaeopteryx was a dinosaur with feathers and could likely glide or possibly even fly under its own power.

Uintatherium

Uintatherium

Uintatherium anceps, "Beast of the Uinta Mountains" was a 6 foot tall, 13 foot long mammal that lived during the Eocene epoch 52 million years ago.

American Mastodon

American Mastodon

American Mastodons standing 12 feet tall and weighing 6 tons lived in North and Central America from 3.75 million years ago to end of the Pleistocene about 10,000 years ago.

Stegosaurus

Stegosaurus

Stegosaurus could grow up to 30 feet long, 14 feet high to the top of its bony plates and could weigh more than 3 tons.

Stegosaurus

Stegosaurus

A fascinating Jurasic dinosaur widely recognized for its unique form, bony plates, and tail spikes.

Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus

Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus

Plesiosaurus is the ancient marine reptile some believe may be the Loch Ness monster or other legendary creatures. Exciting but unfortunately a myth.

Long-tailed Dimorphodon

Long-tailed Dimorphodon

The disproportionately huge head, eyes and teeth make Dimorphodons seem like pure fiction, but these flying, carnivorous reptiles were real!

Pterodactylus crassirostris

Pterodactylus crassirostris

This strange image of Pterodactylus crassirostris is from an early, 100 year old drawing based on limited information. Even today, only a few specimens have been found.

Irish Deer

Irish Deer

Irish Deers' antlers spanned 12 feet!. They lived in Europe and Asia from 400,000 to less than 8,000 years ago during the Late Pleistocene.

Polacanthus

Polacanthus

Polacanthus was a tank-like, armored nodosaur studded with bony protuberances that lived in western Europe from 125 to 130 million years ago during the Cretaceous period.

Brontotherium

Brontotherium

Brontotherium was a mammal that lived in North America from 38 to 30 million years ago and could grow to more than 8 feet tall at the shoulder, 16 ft long and weigh up to 11,000 lbs!

Gastornis Fossil

Gastornis Fossil

Gastornis was a giant 7 foot tall flightless bird that lived from 58 to 36 million years ago during the late Paleocene and Eocene epochs.

Tricerotops

Tricerotops

Triceratops is one of the most recognizable of all dinosaurs and depicted in countless animations often defending itself against Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Ichthyornis victor

Ichthyornis victor

Ichthyornis ("fish bird") victor was a toothed seabird that lived from about 95-85 during the late Cretaceous of North America.

Arsinoitherium

Arsinoitherium

These huge herbivores with spectacular horns lived in areas of tropical forests and mangrove swamps of northern Africa from 36 to 30 million years ago.

Quagga

Quagga

The amazing Quagga of the Karoo Plains and southern Free State of South Africa was related to the Plains Zebra

Horned Gophers

Horned Gophers

These cute little creatures are not fiction. They are an actual extinct gopher species of the North American Great Plains

Extinct Turtle Archelon ischyros

Extinct Turtle Archelon ischyros

The Giant Turtle of the ancient seas during the Cretaceous measured as much as 13.5 feet long and 16 feet wide and weighed 4,500 pounds.

Araeoscelis

Araeoscelis

A 2.0 ft long lizard, a reptile that lived in North America during the Permian period almost 300 million years ago.

Dimetrodon

Dimetrodon

Dimetrodon was the dominent predator of the Permian Periond. It had sharp canines and shearing teeth.

Stegocephalian

Stegocephalian

Stegocephalian, Branchiosaurus amblystomus, an extinct amphingbian from the Permian Epoch.

Thylacine – Tasmanian Wolf

Thylacine – Tasmanian Wolf

The Tasmanian Wolf is not a wolf, but a carnivorous marsupial and a relative of wombats and kangaroos. It even had a pouch.

Iguanodon

Iguanodon

One of the first dinosaur fossils to be discovered and one of the most popular. This donosaur ran on two legs.

Diprotodon

Diprotodon

Across most of Australia, and only Australia, isolated over millenium, are fossil remains of the largest marsupial that ever lived, the Diprotodon.

Tylosaurus

Tylosaurus

Tylosaurus, a Mosasaur species, was a giant deadly predator of the ancient Cretaceous seas, a true monster. It ate everything.

Horned Toxodon

Horned Toxodon

Trigodon gaudryi, of the family Toxodonta, is another large mammal which which lived in South America during the Miocene from about 11 to 7 million years ago.

Pteranodon

Pteranodon

Pteranodons are descendants of Pterodactyls and one of the most fascinating creatures ever to have lived, never failing to capture the attention of young and old.

Dimorphodon

Dimorphodon

This amazing gargoyle-like Dimorphodon illustration is based on actual fossilized Dimorphodon remains that flew above the ancient Jurassic Seas 200 million years ago.

Pteranodon

Pteranodon

Pteranodon was one of the largest pterosaurs (Triassic Period) and a descendant of the Pterodactyl. It had a wingspan as long as 30 ft. Pterosaurs were the first vertebrates to fly.

Cycnorhamphus

Cycnorhamphus

Cycnorhamphus is another of the incredible pterodactyls that lived in present day France and Germany during the Late Jurassic around 150 million years ago.

Pterodactyl

Pterodactyl

Pterodactyls lived during the Jurassic (205 million to 138 million years ago) and were extinct by the end of the Cretaceous (65 million years ago).

Pterodactylus antiquus

Pterodactylus antiquus

Fossil of a Pterodactylus antiquus, a carnivorous flying reptile, now extinct, that lived in Africa and Europe during the Jurassic Period.

Mosasaur

Mosasaur

Mosasaurs were ferocious marine predators during the last 20 million years of the Cretaceous Period after Ichthyosaurs and Pliosaurs became extinct.

Mesosaurus

Mesosaurus

Mesosaurus, an extinct reptile from the Permian Period was one of the first marine reptiles and inhabited fresh waters of Africa and South America.

Great Toothed Diver

Great Toothed Diver

The Great Toothed Diver, Hesperornis regalis, an extinct five foot long diving bird that lived during the Cretaceous period - with teeth!

Dodo

Dodo

In 1505, Portuguese explorers discovered the island of Mauritius and Dodos. Imported pigs, cats and rats fed on the Dodo Bird's eggs in their ground nests. The last Dodo lived in 1681

Carolina Parakeet

Carolina Parakeet

Once abundant, this extinct species nested in large colonies in the cypress swamps in the South Atlantic and Gulf States.

The Extinct Great Auk

The Extinct Great Auk

The Great Auk inhabited the coasts and islands of the North Atlantic from Virginia and Ireland to Greenland and Iceland almost to the Arctic Circle.

The Extinct Giant Moa

The Extinct Giant Moa

Giant flightless land birds as tall as 13' called "Moas" by the Maori lived on the savanahs and forest fringes of New Zealand and surrounding islands.

Phororhacos longissimus, Terror Bird of Patagonia

Phororhacos longissimus, Terror Bird of Patagonia

Extinct 9 ft Tall, 280 lb flightless, carnivorous "Terror Birds" lived In Patagonia during the Pleistocene era.

Gastornis

Gastornis

Run for your lives! The 7 foot tall Gastornis is another bird that would have happily eaten you had we lived at the same time.



We hope you find the perfect natural history T shirt.  50birds artists scour libraries and museums for the finest antiquarian flora, fauna, historical and cultural art by the World's preeminent natural history artists - paintings from before the days of reliance on color photography when leaned naturalists illustrated species in their natural surroundings, engaged in feeding, nurturing, and breeding habits and natural history and cultural scenes which are difficult to capture on camera, visions only in the artist's memory until put to canvas.

Popular animals printed to custom t-shirts include birding t-shirts, ocean life, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, dogs, bears, elephants, extinct animals and paintings from prehistoric cave dwellers. Imagine if the earliest artists only knew you would wear their art on a tee in 20,000 years. Ecosystems and wildlife habitats make beautiful T shirts. And we also have art from Rome, Greece, Egypt and from the Aztecs, Incas and Mayans. The finest of paintings are meticulously reproduced in digital form with care taken to maintain original form and color. Images are then direct printed to the highest quality pre-shrunk cotton apparel, truly the very best custom t-shirt designs. Visit 50birds for more wildlife and nature art.


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