When we think of Pleistocene fauna, we usually think big. The above image was assembled by Roberto Díaz Sibaja on his wonderful blog Palaeos, la historia de la vida en la tierra. I love the fact that he has created, for many of his animal-size related posts, a real scale that nearly all of us can relate to; a human and a Volkswagen Beetle. Look closely at his human silhouette and you can see some attitude hidden there.
Not an archaeology blog but a broader and probably smarter view of the biological world through paleontology and evolution. He covers so many facets of the natural world including many fossil animals from dinosaurs to modern camelids.