Scientific name: Homotherium latidens.
Length: 2,30-2,50 m.
Height: Approx. 1,10 m.
Weight: 150–225 kg.
Food source: Meat. It hunted woolly mammoth and woolly rhino among others.
Distribution: Found in Germany, England, Portugal, Spain, and France.
Status: Extinct. So far the youngest finding of European saber-toothed cat is from Germany, and it is 300,000 years old. In 2000 fishermen found the lower-jaw of a saber-tooth in the North Sea, which was only 28,000 years old. This suggests that the saber-toothed cat lived in Europe much later than previously thought. No findings from Denmark.