sabre-toothed

ADJECTIVE
  1. having teeth that resemble sabers
    a saber-toothed tiger
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How To Use sabre-toothed In A Sentence

  • Yet a number of the large animal species found at La Brea are no longer found in North America: native horses, camels, mammoths and mastodons, longhorned bison, and sabre-toothed cats.
  • The sabre-toothed lion has gone the way of all flesh; the deinotherium and the colossal ruminants of the Falling in Love With Other Essays on More Exact Branches of Science
  • Yet Far From Heaven is a triumph on all counts, from Elmer Bernstein's swoony yet sabre-toothed score to the precise work of the cast.
  • But scientists have now discovered a sabre-toothed beast that feasted on leaves and stems some 260 million years ago in Brazil - and looked more like a tortoise than a feared predator.
  • Lions encounter woolly mammoths, a jaguar attacks a bone-plated glyptodont, and a sabre-toothed cat comes off somewhat worse for wear following a confrontation with a humble skunk.
  • The mammoth and the sabre-toothed tiger may have long since passed into the palaeontology history books but one of their contemporaries, a diminutive snail, is clinging to existence in Yorkshire.
  • Until the oversized beasts known as megafauna went extinct, our ancestors had to learn to survive on a landscape populated with creatures like sabre-toothed tigers, oversized eagles, and plodding giant sloths. Monster Movie
  • A skeleton of a sabre-toothed tiger hunting an oreodont, a herbivorous prey, is also on offer. Home | Mail Online
  • Next we visit a colony of sabre-toothed monsters that used to attack ships. At least those were the tales spun by early mariners who first sighted walrus.
  • But scientists have now discovered a sabre-toothed beast that feasted on leaves and stems some 260 million years ago in Brazil - and looked more like a tortoise than a feared predator.
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