Dawn of the Age of Mammals

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The Budget Museum

The Budget Museum

Жыл бұрын

Longer, more info-heavy video answering a simple question: how did the age of mammals begin? Who were the predecessors of Megatherium or Smilodon? What were they like? All that and more are answered, along with plenty of tongue twisting scientific words, confusing taxonomic families, and way too many ‘rodent-like, tree climbing generalists’.
Wikipedia Articles for the animals if you want to learn more about them:
Multituberculates: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multitu...
Marsupials: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marsupial
Sparassodonta: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sparass...
Insectivora: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insecti...
Lepticitida: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leptictida
Pantolestidae: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantole...
Carnivora: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnivora
Creodonta: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creodonta
Condylarths: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Condylarth
Cimolesta: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cimolesta
Taeniodonta: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taeniod...
Pantodonta: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantodonta
Uintatherium: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uintath...
Plesiadapiforms: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plesiad...
Sources Used:
gambassa.com/public/project/27... www.neversuchinnocence.com/su...
(Non royalty free) Videos used:
Note: All videos should presumably fall under fair use, as not only is a small fraction of the video used, but my video and the means I use these videos falls under education.
Music by Chris Zabriskie

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Magikarp 3000
Magikarp 3000 Жыл бұрын
Tldr, every group of mammals you can think of, originally was just a generic, generalist small rodent like mammal, which evolved to be slightly less rodent like (but only slightly)
Trey Tucker
Trey Tucker Ай бұрын
What bout those platypus’s?
Trey Tucker
Trey Tucker Ай бұрын
Rusky Almond
Rusky Almond Ай бұрын
Rats are S tier 😭
J P 2 ай бұрын
Are a mamal
Sobered Soldier
Sobered Soldier 5 ай бұрын
@David Mills We stalk at night we prey at night we’re the rats.
Cory Fice
Cory Fice Жыл бұрын
The fact that mammals are part of the Synapsid group makes the age of mammals all the more poetic.
William Jordan
William Jordan 3 ай бұрын
@Bk Jeong Same can be said about dinosaurs and previously dominant groups. Big extinction events clear the way for them.
Barakon 8 ай бұрын
@Bk Jeong Can I see the fucking fossils and analysis of the soils so that I can see the fucking evidence to y’all’s claims?
Bk Jeong
Bk Jeong 8 ай бұрын
@Stormi Suedonym Terror birds AS A GROUP were already dying out due to climate change BEFORE placental competition became a factor, so clearly they weren’t actually able to adapt that well to climate change. How many times do I have to point this out? The fact a couple of species survived past this point doesn’t change the fact as a group, they really did get hit by climatic change to the point of losing virtually all of their diversity, especially in megafaunal roles. No, those other groups DIDN’T go extinct after they encountered new groups of mammals. Again, their demise was climate-related. Gastornithids went extinct at the end of the Eocene alongside multiple groups of large mammals as the climate turned much cooler and dryer. Bathornithids were also hit in a similar way at the end of the Oligocene, which is when most of them died out in a situation, leaving very few species behind (the same thing happened to their primary mammalian competitors, such as the nimravids). If you really think either of those groups were outcompeted by new groups of mammals, name the new arrivals that supposedly outcompeted them: you’ll find that they weren’t new arrivals at all, but things they’d already coexisted with without being displaced by. No, YOU’re the one who’s not realizing how ecological niches work. Ecological niches work on a “first come first serve” basis; it doesn’t matter that a group of animals can evolve to do better in a given niche than the group of animals currently occupying that niche, because if that niche is already occupied to the point there is no more room, there isn’t going to be an evolutionary pressure for a new group of animals to evolve into that niche (in fact, the opposite, since evolution selects for traits that enhance immediate survival and reproductive fitness of the individual, which means avoiding interspecies competition). Evolution has no pre-determined direction, so animals don’t purposely evolve to outcompete other animals at a given niche. And if there is enough ecological room for a second group of animals to enter a niche that’s only partially occupied by an existing group, that means there’s enough ecological room to avoid clade-level displacement anyways.
Stormi Suedonym
Stormi Suedonym 8 ай бұрын
@Bk Jeong No, but it is a big part of why they went extinct as a group instead of adapting to the new climactic conditions. After all, one genus did reasonably well for a while. Those other groups also went extinct shortly after encountering a new group of mammals... whereas megafaunal mammals in similar niches did not. Yes, you have. You're also employing nonsensical, insane logic trying to contort the fossil record to fit your bizarre belief that aves uber alle. I really hope you don't study this for a living, because your understanding of how ecosystems work seems to be very simplistic.
Bk Jeong
Bk Jeong 8 ай бұрын
@Stormi Suedonym Did you even read my comment? I already pointed out that the terror birds were in decline BEFORE they ran into competition from placentals. Meaning that was NOT why terror birds were in decline. And the other groups I mentioned declined and died out after they had shown that they could actually coexist with mammalian competition. *If they really couldn’t handle the competition, they couldn’t have evolved in the first place since mammals were already in those niches in the same area before they had even evolved.* I haven’t moved the goalposts AT ALL. You’re the one failing to recognize that the timeline of the fossil record doesn’t actually support mammals outcompeting birds in megafaunal niches.
Eybaza Жыл бұрын
We had the invertebredate age, the fish age, the amphibian-arthtopod age, the repitile age ( both the Permian and the Mesosoic), and at last, the age of mammals. So, based on that, i would expect birds to dominate the world after the next mass exitinction.
Pierce McCauley
Pierce McCauley Ай бұрын
@Papi Sauve bro just said christainity isnt a man made religion, do you know how many other religions claim they saw their gods, and they told them how to live? and also just ebout every religion ever has a flood myth in them, the greeks romans, the aztecs had one, and have you ever heard of the epic of gilgamesh????
Pierce McCauley
Pierce McCauley Ай бұрын
@Papi Sauve no. that never happened
Ah Is
Ah Is 4 ай бұрын
Phlegm_Mucus 4 ай бұрын
@Eybaza fuck crabs. Ultimate life form bullshit-nah. Get out of here. Parrots.
Phlegm_Mucus 4 ай бұрын
@Fadil Langston The moment they get longer lifespans and nurture young, eusociality will happen and we got a new hyper intelligent early civilization on our hands. That being said, parrots bro, they already eusocial. They already life a long time. All I’m saying
Johnny Derby
Johnny Derby Жыл бұрын
So happy to see another upload. I just found your channel about a week ago but I've been watching your videos whenever I get to take a break from studying and it's been a very fun time. Keep up all the good work! I love the nature of your videos.
Frank S550
Frank S550 11 ай бұрын
Me too. This is very relaxing and informative
Reece Thurman
Reece Thurman Жыл бұрын
Literally same lol
penise Жыл бұрын
i like it too it’s like the amateur porn of documentaries
Johnny Derby
Johnny Derby Жыл бұрын
@aj bastiman Always
aj bastiman
aj bastiman Жыл бұрын
Took a brake from learning to learn? Love it
Henrique Finger
Henrique Finger Жыл бұрын
My guess is that generalist animals adapt more easily to new environments and thus have a higher chance of surviving large changes. That's why the current mammals are descendants of said generalists.
Gojira54g Жыл бұрын
The early Cenozoic is a deeply interesting time that I feel gets overshadowed by the dinosaurs and the late Cenozoic
TheAndroid 9 ай бұрын
@MilkyMooMoo honestly, BBC should do remakes of the "Walking With" series (Walking With Monsters, Walking With Dinosaurs, Walking With Beasts). It touches apon just about every period of life on Earth starting from the Cambrian explosion, it's just a shame that in the almost 20 years since its release, tons of information in those documentaries has gone out of date.
MilkyMooMoo Жыл бұрын
most people and documentaries talk about dinosaurs, their extinction then skip everything after and go straight to humans and their evolution and it gets boring seeing the same things, i would love to see more about the Archean, Proterozoic and Paleozoic life that existed even the Triassic doesn’t get much if any coverage compared to Jurassic, Cretaceous and the human parts of the Cenozoic
Chris Dominguez
Chris Dominguez Жыл бұрын
Really bums me sometimes how we will never be able to view with our own eyes the majestic prehistoric world. Would be nice to see all the weird looking flora and fauna from, say, Carboniferous era.
Kahlil Benjamin
Kahlil Benjamin 22 күн бұрын
@The Emperor well to put it this way time isn’t really linear as we thought it was Im not familiar with the crunch theory but I will definitely read up on it. The problem with the universe expanding and then folding back in on itself time wouldn’t reverse, it would keep going just in a warped sense of our understanding of it. Like if you bent a straw it’s still a straw it just has an indentation in it. The same thing would happen to time we would experience hiccups in the temporal plane like jumping forward but that would be negligible to us as a hiccup that massive might not even effect us day to day. Almost like if you jumped in a pond the bacteria wouldn’t notice our splashing because they are just way too small to the point that it would be negligible at best.
The Emperor
The Emperor 23 күн бұрын
@Kahlil Benjamin true but I was thinking that since time moves forward as the universe expands wouldn’t the temporal plane start going backwards if the crunch theory is true and the universe starts shrinking back into its pre big bang state so time would also move backwards.
Kahlil Benjamin
Kahlil Benjamin 23 күн бұрын
@The Emperor a Time Machine wouldn’t be hard to accomplish we just don’t have the technology yet. I believe that folding space(wormholes) could in theory create a loop in time as space and the temporal planes are linked. If we could figure out how to fold space we can figure out a way to unfold it as well thus turning back the hands of time and create a Timehole and peer into the past. The only issue is would traveling back in time take just as long as say traveling into the future(which is just going about life the way we do now ex. Everyday hour by hour minute by minute) then we’d truly never be able to peer into the far past because we can’t live past 80 yrs.
The Emperor
The Emperor 26 күн бұрын
@- Apex - hopefully one day we will figure out to look back in time. Anything’s possible we just need to figure it out.
- Apex -
- Apex - 2 ай бұрын
It's almost unfathomable these creatures existed. 🤯 I've always hoped there was a way to view _how it really was_ Because obviously it's about impossible to know completely. 😀
Bk Jeong
Bk Jeong Жыл бұрын
It should be noted that mammals actually reached megafaunal sizes very early in the Paleocene. There was NEVER a stage where birds and reptiles dominated before being outcompeted by newly evolving large mammals. Rather, mammals reached megafaunal sizes within around five million years of the K-Pg event, and the large birds and reptiles came a bit later. Also, sparassodonts were NOT outcompeted by carnivorans. *Because they went extinct before carnivoran competitors showed up.*
Valkorion the ᛞᚱᚨᚷᛟᚾ of Zakuul
Valkorion the ᛞᚱᚨᚷᛟᚾ of Zakuul 4 ай бұрын
You truly need to be given all the workers and equipment to create a historically accurate cenozoic documentary
Miquel Escribano Ivars
Miquel Escribano Ivars 8 ай бұрын
@Bk Jeong Yes, that's *pig* sized. And it still took about 3-5 Million years to get there. They were crocodilians that survived the K/Pg extinction that were heavier than that ( Thoracosaurus and some Dyrosaurids) and turtles that may had gotten close (Axestemys).
Bk Jeong
Bk Jeong 8 ай бұрын
@Miquel Escribano Ivars The Early Paleocene already had mammals weighing in excess of 200kg.
Miquel Escribano Ivars
Miquel Escribano Ivars 8 ай бұрын
If you consider pig sized, as megafauna sure.
Rich Jordan
Rich Jordan 11 ай бұрын
Both of you: I have enjoyed reading your debate. What do you two think of: kzpost.info/ex/iNOKt8ukpZt2d9U/bejne
samiamrg7 Жыл бұрын
Honestly, the weirdest of these are the ones that look very similar to modern mammals but have something weird or just slightly different about them like all the animals at 14:07. We have the knobbly skulled rhino-looking thing, the hippo-like creature, and the myriad of small, weasel-y , rodent-y mammals that are familiar but still have a form unlike any modern weasel or rodent.
TheAndroid 9 ай бұрын
Why can't we have rhinos with knob horns today? They're so much better than the modern ones!
Maureen Lycaon
Maureen Lycaon Жыл бұрын
It seems there's always a niche for a rhinoceras-like clade of mammals, and a hippo-like clade, and a cat-like clade, and so on. Every now and then the whole clade becomes extinct, and then another group radiates into that niche.
the game ranch
the game ranch Жыл бұрын
Its something like the uncanny valley but with animals
Apenas um Coala Mágico
Apenas um Coala Mágico Жыл бұрын
I think this exact window of time the most fascinating Imagine accidentally going back in time, and just seeing basically all the animals you are used too But slightly different
Chig Bungus
Chig Bungus 11 ай бұрын
This video was already incredible, but the Spongebob bit genuinely elevated it to a 10/10 in my eyes :)
Maycee Hash
Maycee Hash Жыл бұрын
great video, but disappointed in the lack of mention of monotremes (platypus and familiars). they appeared well before the placental mammals and marsupials. they come from the most ancient extant lineage of mammals. oh well, they deserve their own video anyway!
1Legend 2 ай бұрын
He also largely skipped through the marsupials and went straight to the placentals. Oh I forgot they're just "those things from Australia" not even worth mentioning. 😒
1Legend 2 ай бұрын
That's correct. There was no mention of egg laying mammals at all in this video. There are two surviving Monotremes in today's world - the platypus and the echidna.
Ivann Peter Magerman
Ivann Peter Magerman 6 ай бұрын
I'm disappointed that there was no mention of pelycosaurs
TheAndroid 9 ай бұрын
I think he never touched apon the monotremes because they never really made an impact on Cenozoic life. Just like today, they were always just sorta in the corner.
michael177 Жыл бұрын
hey congratulations on 100k subs man. Found your channel recently, and I dont know WHAT it is about your videos that I find so engaging and watchable, but they are. I cant put my finger on it but I cant help but keep coming back to watch another video. good stuff !😊
Usbe27 Жыл бұрын
Been following the channel for about a year, since the billi ape vid when you only had a couple hundred views per vid. Couldn’t be happier to see you blow up, your content is amazing.
Eljan Rimsa
Eljan Rimsa Жыл бұрын
It's always the small generalist who survives and starts new specialist branches
scumbag benis
scumbag benis 4 ай бұрын
We all know that guy 😂🙄
Limey Lassen
Limey Lassen 11 ай бұрын
Usually... but not always!
David Peloquin
David Peloquin Жыл бұрын
Learned a lot, but was left wondering about how the different types (that I had never heard about) of non-placental/non-marsupial mammals differed from the latter two - and how they may be related to the monotremes that persist to this day in Australia.
Esteban Tomlinson
Esteban Tomlinson 5 ай бұрын
According to Wikipedia, “Multituberculates are usually placed as crown mammals outside either of the two main groups of living mammals-Theria, including placentals and marsupials, and Monotremata-but closer to Theria than to monotremes. Nonetheless, at least one study found a potential status as sister taxa to monotremes/Australosphenida.”
Limey Lassen
Limey Lassen 11 ай бұрын
I do know that monotremes have lower body temperatures and smaller brains than marsupials
Grey'sToons Жыл бұрын
Your videos are so charming, they give me early Trey the Explainer vibes.
lasarousi 7 ай бұрын
@Lukas Lé Fevre mainstream and profit happened.
Lukas Lé Fevre
Lukas Lé Fevre 11 ай бұрын
What happened to him? His newer content is kinda ehhhh bad
Grey'sToons Жыл бұрын
@Chloe Price' #1 simp Fully agreed! haha
Chloe Price' #1 simp
Chloe Price' #1 simp Жыл бұрын
Exactly. I guess TBM, Trey and Tierzoo just fall in the catagory of youtubers who I'll want to listen to no matter what topic they are talking about.
Sable 11 ай бұрын
I just binge watched all your videos and I just want to say I love how you incorporate humor into your videos. Keep doing what you do!
Alec Ohare
Alec Ohare Жыл бұрын
You pointed out the Pantilesta Order an Otter like marsupial from South America. It may interest you that, in the past two centuries there were two to three recorded sightings of an otter-like marsupial or monotreme in New Zealand. No recent sighting however, have been recorded. Might be interesting?
Archer 1989
Archer 1989 Жыл бұрын
True carnivores didn`t outcompete metatherian sparassodonta here, in South America. They were already been terrified for some kind of feathered bullies collectively known as Terror Birds
Mads Жыл бұрын
I love watching your videos. I have a suggestion: the procyonids- the group of animals including raccoons
Ari Garibaldo
Ari Garibaldo Жыл бұрын
You should do a video on the largest mammals to ever live on land, such as paraceratherium.
Emperor Teutonic
Emperor Teutonic 11 ай бұрын
Actually, its not the largest anymore. Palaeoloxodon namadicus is the biggest now
Robin Horneman
Robin Horneman 11 ай бұрын
Great vid! I really appreciate all the work you've obviously put in.
Posticus Maximus
Posticus Maximus 10 ай бұрын
Thanks for doing a video on Paleocene, a very overlooked period of time.
BeastMaster09 8 ай бұрын
I find it hilarious how after both the P-T and KPG extinction events, giant land crocs evolved, poised to take over the planet And then both times, the dinosaurs and mammals were like “No”
Rich Jordan
Rich Jordan 11 ай бұрын
Thanks for the video. From my understanding, Mesozoic-y is a good way to describe the early Cenozoic. I've heard, don't know if this is correct, that during that time tradional reptiles became briefly the top of the food chain. Mammals were still mostly small. ...other comment, wish you'd mentioned how monotremes fit in!
Green Fog
Green Fog 10 ай бұрын
Maybe this is odd, but I think a lot of these obscure extinct mammals would make for great RPG enemy designs. Take note game designers: You don't have to stick to modern animals and mythological creatures alone! I'd love to fight knobbly headed rhinos, bear-faced dogs, and bone crushing weasels!
Juan Joya Borja.
Juan Joya Borja. 9 ай бұрын
I personally would love to fight off an entelodont or a Paraceratherium.
2LitreTyler Жыл бұрын
This is great content my man! It’s an instant subscribe from me. This reminds me of how mind blown and interested I was in primary school learning about dinosaurs! :)
Troy Blackford
Troy Blackford 11 ай бұрын
I subscribed two minutes into the first video of yours I saw, and haven't regretted it yet! Love this stuff and you do a great job.
Richard Delo
Richard Delo Жыл бұрын
Can you recommend a good book on the history of the earth, essentially covering the geologic time scale?
Guy from NJ
Guy from NJ Жыл бұрын
Well done. Appreciate the work you put into this.
SporeHam Жыл бұрын
Keep these entertaining and educational videos up, and you're gaining a sub! Love these.
tokowoko ryan
tokowoko ryan Жыл бұрын
found your channel a few weeks ago, binge watched all of your videos, you deserve more recognition!
Educated Psycho
Educated Psycho Жыл бұрын
Dang. I subbed to your channel about 2 months ago and you only had 11k subs. You’re growing fast! Congrats dude, you’ve definitely earned it and you definitely deserve a million+ subs!
Bartolome Esteban Murillo
Bartolome Esteban Murillo 8 ай бұрын
What's more mind blowing is that the variety of mammals we see today including ourselves, evolved from a rat like creature!
Rachael Beaver
Rachael Beaver Жыл бұрын
I just stumbled on this video so first time watching this channel. My constructive criticism, when discussing a class of animals for example the multi-t's it's much more beneficial for your audience to know what that means, you talk about them as though everyone watching has a degree in paleontology which is just not the case. The music or I think it's music in the background is too quiet to be appreciated as ambient, I would either turn it up or do away with it all together as I found myself tuning the narrative out to strain hearing the music that is just out of my hearing range. All that being said I feel that you have a really awesome channel here with the potential to be up there with 1m+ subs. Keep up the terrific work!!
Michal Janovský
Michal Janovský Жыл бұрын
Excellent vid as always I enjoyed it very much! I´d suggest one thing that I´ve noticed in your other vids also: please don´t place every image you show on the printed text background it sometimes appears very messy and disruptive graphically speaking. For example the skeleton of Condylarths (10:10). I understand you are trying to have an unified style but that should not come at the cost of intellegibility of the images. I suggest you use different, more uniform background on the problematic images or changing the background style to something completely different that would not cause mess in any type of image.
MrReyno Tanks
MrReyno Tanks Жыл бұрын
Agriochoerus a relative of the camel, within the tylopda suborder of artiodactyla possesed claws and likely climbed trees. Agriochoerus’s body was almost cat-like despite it being a large herbivore. The artiodactyla order is full of weird animals, with perhaps the most diverse morphology of any mammal order.
Studio Жыл бұрын
My favorite part of this is that it immediately addresses that the only reason human beings and modern primates are so intelligent is because of the KPG extinction event some 65 million ago. Ironically, that’s also the only reason we are smart - no predators! A particularly unaggressive evolution came as a result, because natural selection was so bayed.
Dovyeon Жыл бұрын
Being able to visit the Paleogene rainforests and able to document the widlife would be a lifelong dream as someone who loves the rainforest
Zatomika Жыл бұрын
This channel sure give some weird vibe. Strangely nostalgic, melancholic etc.
Kam 3 ай бұрын
Just found this channel, very fascinating stuff and great watch!
Joe Susin
Joe Susin Жыл бұрын
Loved the video! Always love learning more about elder mammals. I would suggest a video on Borophaginae the bone chruching dogs.
H@yd3n Жыл бұрын
I'm so glad someone made a video about this period of time, great work
Michael De Santa - Unofficial
Michael De Santa - Unofficial Жыл бұрын
H@yd3n! How ya doin'?
Hilltown Fishing
Hilltown Fishing Жыл бұрын
Love it!! Great educational stoner content.
CuteKittyPooFace 11 ай бұрын
This is really good but there's one group of mammals that you didn't mention, monotremes. It only consists of two animals duckbilled platypus & echidna. They're layers but are warm blooded and feed their young milk.
Brad Sullivan
Brad Sullivan Жыл бұрын
Well done on this very interesting video!
Skeelyjelly Жыл бұрын
Love your videos, keep it up!
Saint_Fricholas Жыл бұрын
I'm a stupid mechanic and I really enjoy watching these video then forgetting what I learned 5 min later. Lol
Darth maul
Darth maul Жыл бұрын
Mechanic is a very difficult job. You are not stupid, this is just not your main area of knowledge
Sunshine Carnivores
Sunshine Carnivores 9 ай бұрын
Always good when someone mentions they might be proven wrong in the future :)
Bruce Swinford
Bruce Swinford Жыл бұрын
Actually the earliest mammals may have been badger sized and its not known if all were fully nocturnal
Rursus Жыл бұрын
1:19++ Fact error: rain forests didn't occur in the Mesozoic, it is something of the Cenozoic era. The dinos did something to keep the landscape more open than a rain forest.
Akash Selvam
Akash Selvam Жыл бұрын
Thank you for making a video about mammals!
naciremasti Жыл бұрын
In future videos, could you maybe put some kinda scale when showing the pictures of the animals?
Lodster13 Жыл бұрын
just came across your channel not even a week ago and already a new vid, keep up the good work!
mugumugu Жыл бұрын
Moral of this video generalist route is meta
luke jones
luke jones Жыл бұрын
Be like water and adapt to everything.
𝐇𝐲𝖇𝐫𝖊𝐝 ✪
𝐇𝐲𝖇𝐫𝖊𝐝 ✪ 11 ай бұрын
Glad you've been growing fast lately. Its been fun to watch
ekszentrik Жыл бұрын
Fun fact: mammals also find other mammals automatically cute.
Rich Jordan
Rich Jordan 11 ай бұрын
A whole video on Monotremes, please :-) Love your videos
Brian Zulauf
Brian Zulauf 11 ай бұрын
Mammals have been pretty good at preserving their orders for millions of years.
Isaak van Daalen
Isaak van Daalen 8 ай бұрын
All mammals: I was once a rodent generalist, but I have left behind that primitive lifestyle in favor of a more complex niche. Rodent generalists: How's that going?
Chris Nik
Chris Nik Жыл бұрын
The channel is exploding as it should amazing stuff man!
Matei Vlad
Matei Vlad 11 ай бұрын
Please make a video on Carcharodontosairds, talking about Giga, Charcharodontosaurus, Tyranotitan and Mapusaurus (one of my favorite dinosaurs).
The Dark Master The Dark Master
The Dark Master The Dark Master 9 ай бұрын
Paleocene was a very odd time, kinda like the beginning of the Triassic
café au lait
café au lait Жыл бұрын
I love the representation of mammals at 2:55
FlintSparked 11 ай бұрын
Imagine a zoo that had species that humans evolved from that were each a 10 million years apart from each other
isaiah and the stars
isaiah and the stars Жыл бұрын
Love your channel man. What are your thoughts on speculative zoology??
isaiah and the stars
isaiah and the stars Жыл бұрын
@The Budget Museum hell yeah my guy you should totally do some videos on some of the creative projects
The Budget Museum
The Budget Museum Жыл бұрын
Love it!
Rodolfo Pérez Sandy
Rodolfo Pérez Sandy Жыл бұрын
I watched your Q&A yesterday, congrats for the 100k subs, I love your channel
c.w. B O G U S
c.w. B O G U S Жыл бұрын
Oh my gosh this channel is so good! (just got to the "a generalist" part)
Vinny Contini
Vinny Contini Жыл бұрын
Straight up was looking for something on this very topic yesterday, this upload was perfectly timed
Jude Evans
Jude Evans Жыл бұрын
Glad to see a new video, love this stuff
1Legend 2 ай бұрын
One thing you didn't mention was egg laying mammals. The monotremes, of which there are two surviving ones today, also in Australia - the platypus and echidna.
Congruent Crib
Congruent Crib Жыл бұрын
I want a Borhhyaenid as a pet! Bear dogs? Sounds awesome Edit: I now want a Arctocyon!
Proteins🔌 11 ай бұрын
Reptile Era's most intelligent species: Aliens Mammals Era most intelligent species: Human Beings
A Fat Loser 23
A Fat Loser 23 Жыл бұрын
Thank you for yet another great video
Mason Miller
Mason Miller Жыл бұрын
Great channel, truly happy to see another vid
CoinWater Жыл бұрын
Some of these mammals remind me more of Speculative Biology creatures. Earth's nature is nuts 😂
Kategod Жыл бұрын
there's also the egg laying mammals that are still alive and kicking, even if they're sorta limited. you never know when they could get a chance to rise up again in the future lol
Vivid Vulpe
Vivid Vulpe Жыл бұрын
The Reaper Of Crows
The Reaper Of Crows Жыл бұрын
As much as I love dinosaurs, mammals are just incredible
Riddles Жыл бұрын
Great video, enjoyed it alot.
Sosa Жыл бұрын
This channel is amazing.
Benjamin Martin
Benjamin Martin Жыл бұрын
I always get excited when I see a new BM. It's almost like I can feel when a new BM is about to drop.
STREET NINJA 5 ай бұрын
Hey I got a question did monkeys evolve from the rat I'm always curious
Roy Coffey
Roy Coffey Жыл бұрын
Just stumbled on your channel love it def refreshing cause i learned a lot.of this from school before KZpost and Google Ask Jeeves bout it lmao 🤣
Jenn Wanderer
Jenn Wanderer Жыл бұрын
Uintatherium is likely just a victim of shrink-wrapped skeleton syndrome. They most likely had muscular beefy heads, like hippos do.
Rafael Alódio
Rafael Alódio Жыл бұрын
Early cenozoic world was probably a very empty place, it was free real state for us mammals.
Super Saiyan Trump
Super Saiyan Trump 11 ай бұрын
The real question is could a modern human take these animals on with his bare hands?
C-Moon Жыл бұрын
I love your channel. Only thing is you don’t upload often.
nhilz 18 күн бұрын
"a lifetime being on permanent night shift, eating bugs for lunch may not sound too appealing for us," speak for yourself
QPRTokyo Жыл бұрын
I think you need to update this with the latest thoughts on this subject.
Randy Kneville
Randy Kneville Жыл бұрын
I'm really curious about what kind of fossils lie under the antarctic ice.
Darth maul
Darth maul Жыл бұрын
Like Australia
malleableconcrete Жыл бұрын
Likewise, it might have been an increasingly chilly version of South America with Marsupials, Sparassodonts, Meridiungulata and maybe even terror birds. It would be cool to know how these animals adapted to their increasingly harsh environment before everything froze to death.
Cade Silvers
Cade Silvers Жыл бұрын
A new budget museum episode on a lazy Sunday things couldn't be better!!
Brad Case
Brad Case Жыл бұрын
Monday !
ESL O.G. Жыл бұрын
Yeah pronouncing those scientific names is rough bruh but nicely done 🔥
LSD DOG 11 ай бұрын
Please make a video about the evolution of cetaceans! 🐋🐬 that shit is crazy
ChrisGeez Жыл бұрын
@0:38 That ancient tiny mammal is like, “So, Mr. T-Rex. You thought you were the King of the World, did ya??? Well, guess who’s taking a crap in YOUR eye socket NOW!”
Caleb Delatorre
Caleb Delatorre 11 ай бұрын
Can you do a video on animals fight for backing down instead of killing. The isolated events aside, even humans fight to back down. And natural pedetors only kill for food. Instinctual forced.
Jon Ryder
Jon Ryder Жыл бұрын
Actually throughout the age of dinosaurs there where plenty of mammal diversity than just the "rodent like" ones. There where some with quills, semiaquatic beaver like ones and even potentially even a group that developed flight. Not to mention some grew up to badger and dog size giving them the option to even kill small dinos. So rly mammals during this time deserve alot more cred they where already an incredibly diverse group of animals.
Lisa Kindberg
Lisa Kindberg 11 ай бұрын
Good comment! I was thinking the same as I watched the video.
MLGODZILLA420 11 ай бұрын
Yeah, pretty weird the badger sized mammal wasn’t mentioned
ELAYZA - Gaming & Art
ELAYZA - Gaming & Art 11 ай бұрын
I realized this channel is so good I started watching all of the videos >:3
Nicholas Hazlett
Nicholas Hazlett Жыл бұрын
Love these episodes😍
Don Juan
Don Juan 11 ай бұрын
Generalized rodents, a sterling exampling of the meek inheriting the earth
Toon Ganzevles
Toon Ganzevles Жыл бұрын
Keep ehm coming,, love the content
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