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List of Category 4 Australian region severe tropical cyclones

Category 4 the second-highest classification on the Australian tropical cyclone intensity scale which is used to classify tropical cyclones, that have 10-minute sustained winds of at least wind speeds of 86–107 knots. As of 2019 47 tropical cyclo ...

Felis pamiri

The genus Miopanthera was first proposed in 1938 by Kretzoi for the species Pseudaelurus lorteti. P. lorteti had previously been described as such in 1899, upon the discovery of fossils in Europe. However, Kretzois proposal was largely ignored by ...

Ceccaisculitoides hammondi

Ceccaisculitoides is an extinct genus of ammonoids in the family Paragoceratidae. The genus name is a tribute to Fabrizzio Cecca, researcher at Pierre-and-Marie-Curie University, Paris. The type species is C. elegans. The type specimen is named J ...

1890 Wilkes-Barre tornado

The 1890 Wilkes-Barre tornado occurred on Tuesday, August 19, 1890, in Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. It tore through the city as an estimated F3. The tornado killed 16 people, injured 50, damaged or destroyed 260 buildings, and cost ...

Phlaocyon achoros

Phlaocyon achoros is an extinct species of the genus Phlaocyon, belonging to the subfamily Borophaginae and tribe Phlaocyonini, a canid which inhabited the southeastern North America from the Late Oligocene to Miocene living 24.6 - 20.8 mya and e ...

Coeloma

Coeloma is an extinct genus of crabs belonging to the family Mathildellidae. The genus includes 19 species, distributed among several subgenera, and is in need of revision. The fossil record of the genus extends from the Eocene to the Miocene.

Gigantostrea

Gigantostrea is an extinct genus of marine bivalve mollusks belonging to the family Gryphaeidae. This genus is known in the fossil record from the Eocene to the Miocene age range: from 48.6 to 15.97 million years ago. These fossils have been foun ...

Haplocyon

Haplocyon is an extinct genus of terrestrial carnivores belonging to the Carnivoran suborder Caniformia, family Amphicyonidae named by Schlosser in 1901. It lived in Europe between 28.4 and 23.03 Mya, during the Late Oligocene.

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