Along with the Woolly Mammoth, the Saber-Tooth Tiger was the most famous megafauna mammal of the Pleistocene epoch.
But did you know that this fearsome beast was only remotely related to modern tigers, or that its canines were as brittle as they were long?
Saber tooth tiger (also known as Smilodon) is an extinct animal that belonged to the genus Machairodonts. Itl was native to North and South America. The study of history holds out that saber tooth animal existed some ten thousand years ago in the Pleistocene era.
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