The August issue saw us look at and examine the enormous Megalodon as well as the summer blockbuster movie that took over twenty years to finally come true.
The April edition of Prehistoric Magazine saw the release of our very first issue of the magazine. Special highlights of this issue included taking an in depth look at Deinonychus. Be sure to check this out.
In the August issue we examined current research being down in South Korea to bring back the Mammoth. We also interviewed the founder of The Rainforest Café, Mr. Steven Schussler.
More often than not when it comes to large theropod dinosaurs, the infamous T-Rex receives all the attention. In this issue we decided to shift the public's attention by focusing on the massive yet elusive Mapusaurus.
The April issue saw us take a more in depth look at a predator that for some reason or another has been overlooked: the American Lion.
With the Mosasaurus making its big screen debut back in the 2015 movie spectacular Jurassic World, we took a further in depth look in this issue at just who was Mosasaurus?
The third and final issue of 2016 saw us take an in depth look at the largest primate that has ever existed, as well as an in depth interview with author Steve Alten about his upcoming MEG movie.
Imagine an animal as large as a small plane. Now imagine that animal taking to the skies. During the late Cretaceous, Quetzalcoatlus was an immense flying creature that would have dominated its environment.
The December issue saw us look at and examine the largest ape that has ever lived on planet earth and what were some of the contributing factors that led to its demise.