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Gabriel Smedley


I do not consider myself a brony, but I like the show. I'm also passionate about animals, both living and extinct. That's all you need to know.

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  • 4 weeks
    The Sabertooth Files: Dinofelis

    Imagine that you wake up from sleeping in and not caring what your boss says and you find yourself in a patchwork of woodlands and grasslands, and the first animals you see are wildebeest and impala, you think to yourself "Okay I'm in Africa wait......how did I even get here!?". You hear rumbling sounds behind you, and when you turn around you see elephants walking past you, but these are not elephants you're familiar with. The elephants you see have tusks under their jaws and now you think to

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  • 5 weeks
    The Sabertooth Files: The Art of the Kill

    The massive canine teeth of sabertooths can bring out awe and admiration, in other's curiosity, or others might joke about them being good can-openers. But just how did sabertooths use their mouth swords when hunting? To help answer this, we can look at the anatomy of sabertooth skeletons which can give us clues as to how these predators would have killed big animals.

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  • 5 weeks
    Sabertooth Files: Smilodon fatalis

    When you hear the word sabertooth, the first thing that comes up in the mind is an image of a big cat with a short tail and huge canines hunting big animals like bison and even mammoths. The sabertooth species that most people think of is Smilodon fatalis, the most famous of all sabertooths by far. So I figured I would start with this animal with my Sabertooth blog series.

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  • 28 weeks
    The Tigers of Kaziranga

    I found these accounts on a forum, check them out.

    Wildlife Institute of India’s tiger expert, Rabin Sharma’s documented cases of Adult Rhino predation by tigers.



    A small story about rhino & tiger in Kaziranga National Park   

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    3 comments · 48 views
  • 34 weeks
    The Fall of the Red Wolf

    I swear if red wolves go extinct in the wild for the second time, I'm gonna go crazy. This is an absolute joke!

    How are endangered red wolves doing in the wild in NC? Feds won’t tell, lawsuit says

    Environmentalists want to know how the critically endangered red wolf population in Eastern North Carolina is doing, but federal officials won’t release documents about the conservation efforts, according to a new lawsuit.

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    2 comments · 62 views
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10th
2020

The Sabertooth Files: Dinofelis · 6:39pm June 10th

Imagine that you wake up from sleeping in and not caring what your boss says and you find yourself in a patchwork of woodlands and grasslands, and the first animals you see are wildebeest and impala, you think to yourself "Okay I'm in Africa wait......how did I even get here!?". You hear rumbling sounds behind you, and when you turn around you see elephants walking past you, but these are not elephants you're familiar with. The elephants you see have tusks under their jaws and now you think to

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