Sivatherium giganteum remains have been recovered from the Himalayan foothills, dating around 1,000,000 BCE.
The Afro-Asiatic species, S. maurusium, was once placed within the genus "Libytherium". Depictions that greatly resemble the Sivatherium are seen in rock paintings in Central West India and the Sahara, showing that ancient Humans have came into contact with the Sivatherium before it went extinct 8,000 Years B.C. According to wikipedia, sivatherium may have lived until 8,000 years ago, but this seems based on the rock paintings rather than sivatherium remains. Made by LittleV. Painoa sillä saattoi olla jopa 400–500 kiloa. The Sivatherium is an extinct species of Giraffe that ranged throughout Africa to Southern Asia.

Sivatherium giganteum remains have been recovered from the Himalayan foothills, dating around 1,000,000 BCE. It may have become extinct as recently as 8,000 years ago, as depictions that greatly resemble it are known from ancient rock paintings in the Sahara desert. The images emerged from ancient rock paintings in Amravati, Maharashtra. Sivatherium muistutti nykyistä okapia, mutta oli paljon suurempi ja raskasrakenteisempi.Sen korkeus hartian kohdalta oli 2,2 metriä, ja kokonaiskorkeus kolme metriä. Tämä tekisi Sivatheriumista suurimman koskaan eläneen märehtijän.
Sivatherium resembled the modern okapi, but was far larger, and more heavily built, being about 2.7 meters tall at the shoulder, 3 m in total height with a weight up to 700 kg. Jun 29, 2014 - Rock Paintings of the Asian Sivatherium | SIVATHERIUM.jpg Description S. maurusium may have become extinct as recently as 8,000 years ago, as depictions that greatly resemble it are known from ancient rock paintings in the … . Uudet tutkimukset viittaavat jopa 1246 kilogramman painoon. While a majority of the paintings are of animals like sivatherium, aardvark and rhinoceros, there are also images of elephants, giraffes, tigers, … Sivatherium resembled the modern okapi, but was far larger, and more heavily built, being about 2.7 meters tall at the shoulder, 3 m in total height with a weight up to 700 kg. Nov 23, 2019 - Explore georgiaekemp's board "Sivatherium" on Pinterest. It may have become extinct as recently as 8,000 years ago, as depictions that greatly resemble it are known from ancient rock paintings in the Sahara desert. S. maurusium may have become extinct as recently as 8,000 years ago, as depictions that greatly resemble it are known from ancient rock paintings in the Sahara desert, and in Central West India. The species Sivatherium giganteum is, by weight, the largest giraffidknown, and also possibly the largest ruminant of all time. It may have become extinct as recently as 8,000 years ago, as depictions that greatly resemble it are known from ancient rock paintings in the Sahara desert. Sivatherium ("Shiva's beast") is an extinct genus of giraffid that ranged throughout Africa to the Indian Subcontinent. The stunning finds have emerged from ancient rock paintings found along the Maharashtra-Madhya Pradesh border. Other than that, I can't find anything else. See more ideas about Prehistoric animals, Prehistoric, Paleo art.