The Story of Saberteeth

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  • Jon Bong
    Jon Bong  11 hours back

    4:34 theres something very wrong with that sabertooth

    • Lucas Vega
      Lucas Vega  2 days back

      Emmm, what about the clouded leopards?

      • Moe
        Moe  3 weeks back

        I'm still wondering about their short tails

        • Filip Georgiev
          Filip Georgiev  3 weeks back

          That's not the way to write saber toothed tiger

          • Cá Rô Chiên
            Cá Rô Chiên  4 weeks back

            the force from the bite of smilodon will be weak, offset they had a strong neck muscle, so they can plug their long fangs into prey.

            • Illien Galene
              Illien Galene  4 weeks back

              Muskdeer!

              • SaruCharmed
                SaruCharmed  1 months back

                Okay, I admit I was high the other day when I watched this, but I swear I heard him say that the cats used to have four stomachs!!! And I was like what??? and I even watched that part over and over listening really intently to make sure I heard that right and that's what it sounded like every time but now I can't find anything close to that in here and I'm confused and wondering if it was a different video about sabertoothed cats? But I'm pretty sure this is the only one I've watched recently...

                • Joe O Sullivan
                  Joe O Sullivan  1 months back

                  My cat uses her mini sabertooth when she headbutts me. Sometimes she drags it right up around my face and around my head in a big elaborate arc..

                  • V A
                    V A  1 months back

                    Id like to know more about the whole genius of cats their whole story and where they began or came from.

                    • Lord Geck
                      Lord Geck  2 months back

                      What if they accidentally bit their tongue

                      • Black Specture
                        Black Specture  2 months back

                        Anyone else disappointed that smileadon isn’t a vampire cat

                        • Andy Miron
                          Andy Miron  2 months back

                          I wanna know about the Jaguar. Where did it come from.

                          • Plush Productions
                            Plush Productions  2 months back

                            0:11 that Smilodon is just an edited lioness.

                            • Rudolph Antler
                              Rudolph Antler  2 months back

                              How about a sabertooth snail? Did that exist?

                              • Shay Viering
                                Shay Viering  2 months back

                                No mention of Thylacosmilus?

                                • Jaya Shree
                                  Jaya Shree  2 months back

                                  all about dragons

                                  • Scorpio Destructo
                                    Scorpio Destructo  2 months back

                                    Clouded leopards are one of em.. Give em a few more million years of evolution and their canine teeth would looked just like Smilodon..

                                    • Timothy Jones
                                      Timothy Jones  2 months back

                                      Show up over and over...didn't you mention baboons at the start of the video as primapes with enlarge canines thus saber-toothed .

                                      • Prince of Loarderon
                                        Prince of Loarderon  2 months back

                                        From all of arks inaccurate creatures i didnt think sabertooth salmon actually existed

                                        • Roderik Cobben
                                          Roderik Cobben  2 months back

                                          You should make a video on the stoned ape hypothesis

                                          • Utah's Reptile Adventures

                                            Sabertooth marsupials in Australia.

                                            • BUBANNER
                                              BUBANNER  3 months back

                                              Wat about that little deer I believe it's called dik dik..???..it is a sabretooth deer

                                              • Andrew Farley
                                                Andrew Farley  3 months back

                                                That is a ragged tooth shark

                                                • Emily C
                                                  Emily C  3 months back

                                                  It might be like a shark.
                                                  Lose a teeth then grows a tooth

                                                  • Zeljko Mikulicic
                                                    Zeljko Mikulicic  3 months back

                                                    Marsupials of sauth america

                                                    • Señor Gordon Freeman
                                                      Señor Gordon Freeman  3 months back

                                                      I have to say that your channel is one of the best I have seen on the matter of dinosaurs and past critters. Great gosts, well made videos....I just love it.

                                                      • Richard Deese
                                                        Richard Deese  3 months back

                                                        Thanks! That makes me wonder... If we brought back the woolly mammoth, would it hasten the return of saber teeth? Something to think about. 𝓡𝓲𝓴𝓴𝓲 𝓣𝓲𝓴𝓴𝓲.

                                                        • Farmer Frank
                                                          Farmer Frank  3 months back

                                                          They had the bite force of a wolf but the front legs were strong enough to topple wooly rhinos and cave bears. I think the sheer strength of the beast was the real danger. It wasn't a fast runner and relied on ambushing prey. It mostly hunted alone but sometimes in groups as well. It ate really large animals most of the time.

                                                          • Rob Greene
                                                            Rob Greene  3 months back

                                                            I want to know about the extinct American lion that was even bigger than saber tooth and way bigger than today's lions!!

                                                            • keshav_singh 21
                                                              keshav_singh 21  3 months back

                                                              Yessss finally smilodon

                                                              • JohnPaul Sweet
                                                                JohnPaul Sweet  4 months back

                                                                You guy's and girl's are awsome love the geolegy and the wildlife you talk about and the videos

                                                                • JohnPaul Sweet
                                                                  JohnPaul Sweet  4 months back

                                                                  They look similar to saberteeth

                                                                  • JohnPaul Sweet
                                                                    JohnPaul Sweet  4 months back

                                                                    What about the walrus they have big tusk's

                                                                    • Edwin Reveron
                                                                      Edwin Reveron  4 months back

                                                                      What's funny is that some of the animals that are considered sabertooth didn't have longer teeth than some animals alive today that are not considered sabertooth, like for example, the canines of a gorgonops was no longer than a modern-day largest tigers, yet it was much bigger than today's tigers and considered a sabertooth...

                                                                      • Cyberian Deprochan
                                                                        Cyberian Deprochan  4 months back

                                                                        We might see a smile like smiledon again. Well that is if we let them live that long.

                                                                        • Eric Lee
                                                                          Eric Lee  4 months back

                                                                          When you think you are about to see a really cool video, you get your popcorn ready...and HANK GREEN or whatever his name is shows up.... ugh so disappointing

                                                                          • Sven-Bertil Tååbe
                                                                            Sven-Bertil Tååbe  4 months back

                                                                            *smEElodon*

                                                                            • Jan Johnson Tan
                                                                              Jan Johnson Tan  4 months back

                                                                              It just works

                                                                              • S Scholex
                                                                                S Scholex  4 months back

                                                                                24 seconds in and I already really appreciate the tully monster transition

                                                                                • Michael Hartman
                                                                                  Michael Hartman  4 months back

                                                                                  Convergent evolution is of interest to me.
                                                                                  Coincidentally, there was a very large change in temperature about 8,000 years ago. Could there be a connection?

                                                                                  • Zac Danielson
                                                                                    Zac Danielson  4 months back

                                                                                    This channel always has the best presenters

                                                                                    • Solrod
                                                                                      Solrod  4 months back

                                                                                      Damn, what must it feel like to be bitten by one of those....

                                                                                      • Andrew plack
                                                                                        Andrew plack  5 months back

                                                                                        Living organisms often have features ascribed to purpose. Humans like to subscribe to purpose. Science is crazy about the subject, after all the authors are interested in their own hubris. All things are both useful and useless however, including science.

                                                                                        • Robert Pryor
                                                                                          Robert Pryor  5 months back

                                                                                          Convergent evolution that's the phrase I was trying to think of

                                                                                          • Steven Schneider
                                                                                            Steven Schneider  5 months back

                                                                                            What about Scrat, the sabre toothed squirrel rat?

                                                                                            • Holden Hughes
                                                                                              Holden Hughes  5 months back

                                                                                              Do a lesson on early amphibious animals

                                                                                              • rodrigo ablin
                                                                                                rodrigo ablin  5 months back

                                                                                                Make us a video where you feature the transition of eons and epochs.. the end of apex predators, the rise of new preys and predators of the succeeding eons and epochs

                                                                                                • Yuske Urameshi
                                                                                                  Yuske Urameshi  5 months back

                                                                                                  Ive heard that a human skull fits perfectly in the smilodon jaws.