Go on a prehistoric journey of life on Earth after the dinosaurs became extinct. Wander through an enormous rumbling volcano and pass through a huge atmospheric ice cave…
38 – 24 MILLION YEARS AGO
Exit the warmth of the volcano and enter the Oligocene Epoch where you will find some of the earliest herbivores, such as chalicotherium, moeritherium and embolotherium.
It was during this time that the biggest land mammal to have ever walked the Earth lived – the gigantic paraceratherium!
2 MILLION – 1O THOUSAND YEARS AGO
Next you will travel through the Pleistocene Epoch, where the Earth was beginning to cool.
The ferocious sabre-tooth cat, also known as smilodon, was the apex predator during this time.
1O THOUSAND YEARS AGO – PRESENT DAY
Huge ice sheets and glaciers formed, covering extensive areas in both hemispheres of the Earth, therefore marking the start of the Ice Age. Perhaps the most famous prehistoric creature began to dominate the skyline during this time – the woolly mammoth.