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Sabertooth Cats

Sabertooth cats, or Smilodon, roamed throughout the grassy plains and woodlands of the world until the Ice Age of the Pleistocene Epoch eleven thousand years ago.

Slightly smaller than today’s African lions, they had short, powerful legs used to stalk and ambush large prey rather than run long distances.

The Sabertooth cat is famous for its two seven-inch-long (18 cm) teeth that grew from its upper jaw; it used its teeth by biting into the throats of its prey. Larger teeth showed other Sabertooth cats who was the boss, like antlers or horns.    

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