Were does a thread go on extinct animals? It's not 'bio' anymore. So perhaps the Earth files. The first of December a new 28000 words book is being launched in The Netherlands, title: The Homotherium, Saber-toothed Cat. It's Dutch of course, but it's already translated. A short fragment: But it was a saber-toothed cat, Homotherium latidens to be exact, carbon dated around 28300 years. Unheard of, since the youngest Homotherium fossil in Europe is about 300,000 years old. This was the direct incentive to write that book. So what do you want to know about this subfamily Machairodontina of the Felidae family?