An artist's rendition of an ancient Paleoparadoxia walking across the ocean floor.
Paleoparadoxia is thought to have once walked across the ocean floor. The genus was ultimately driven extinct by the Sirenians, who could quickly swim toward sources of food.
A reconstructed model of a Paleoparadoxia is displayed in a museum.
At the Natural History Museum in London, you can find a reconstruction of what Paleoparadoxia is imagined to have once looked like.
An illustration of a Paleoparadoxia swimming along the ocean floor.
Millions of years ago, the Paleoparadoxia could be found foraging on sea grasses across the depths of the Pacific Ocean.
The ancient Paleoparadoxia was a fascinating genus of marine mammal.
The skeleton of an ancient Paleoparadoxia is displayed in a museum.