Astrapotherium An early hooved ungulate (a distant relative of horses), Astrapotherium looked like a cross between an elephant, a tapir and a rhinoceros, with a short, prehensile trunk and powerful tusks. More about Astrapotherium
Art illustration - Dinosaurs - Megalania Sometimes called the giant ripper lizard, Megalania fed on a diet of mammals, snakes, other reptiles, and birds. The nearest modern day relative is the Komodo dragon that inhabits the Flores Islands in Indonesia.
Longisquama: This creature was known as the first archosaur to have been able to glide or parachute. It is known for its elongated pair of scales along its back, with the anterior ones resembling feathers.