Scimitar cats chasing prey, illustration

Scimitar cats chasing prey, illustration

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Credit: JAIME CHIRINOS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Illustration of a group of scimitar cats (Homotherium serum) chasing down prey. They were found in Eurasia, Africa and the Americas 5 million to 28 thousand years ago. Scimitar cats had enlarged canine teeth with serrated edges that they used to bring down their large mammal prey.

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