Window on the prehistoric world

See strange and intriguing prehistoric creatures from the past 365 million years in our palaeoart slideshow.

Scientifically accurate images by palaeoartist Julius Csotonyi bring to life strange and intriguing prehistoric creatures from the past 365 million years.

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