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Pladocus

This extinct reptile lived in the Middle Triassic, million years ago. It is closely related to the plesiosaurs, another marine reptile group.

Carcharocles megalodon Snacking on a Platybelodon in Miocene Waters. This image depicts the probably rare but plausible encounter between the giant shark Carcharocles (jaw diameter estimated at eleven feet) and a medium-sized proboscidean, Platybelodon.

Carcharocles megalodon Snacking on a Platybelodon in Miocene Waters. This image depicts the probably rare but plausible encounter between the giant shark Carcharocles (jaw diameter estimated at eleven feet) and a medium-sized proboscidean, Platybelodon.

Albertonectes (plesiosaurio elasmosáurido del Cretácico de Canadá, 70mA) (Julius Csotonyi)

Albertonectes in the Bearpaw Sea Around 74 million years ago, Albertonectes was the ultimate "stretch-limo" of a group of prehistoric reptiles called plesiosaurs. It hunted fish with a neck possessing over ten times as many vertebrae as ours!

Utahraptor "Utah's predator" is a genus of theropod dinosaurs. It contains a single species, Utahraptor ostrommaysorum, which is the largest known member of the family Dromaeosauridae. Fossil specimens date to the upper Barremian stage of the early Cretaceous period (in rock strata dated to 126 ± 2.5 million years ago)

Utahraptor "Utah's predator" is a genus of theropod dinosaurs. It contains a single species, Utahraptor ostrommaysorum, which is the largest known member of the family Dromaeosauridae. Fossil specimens date to the upper Barremian stage of the early Cretaceous period (in rock strata dated to 126 ± 2.5 million years ago)

Fossil pigments show the true colors of ancient sea monsters | Ichthyosaur

Ichthyosaurs were predatory marine reptiles that swam the world's oceans while dinosaurs walked the land.

Sarcosuchus imperator

As cool as this looks, the Sarcosuchus Imperator likely never left the water, they were too heavy.

Giant dinosaurs could have warmed the planet with their flatulence, say researchers.

Dinosaur gases 'warmed the Earth'

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