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Ancient Sea Monsters, Prehistoric Sea Creatures–Photos

Also called a straight ammonite, Bacculite is an ammonite mollusk with a straight, not spiraled, shell.

With its leathery skin, long tail, short legs, and needle-like teeth, the nothosaur resembled a prehistoric crocodile.

With eyes 10 inches (25.4 centimeters) wide, Temnodontosaurus could see in near-lightless conditions and probably dove for food.


One Response to “Ancient Sea Monsters, Prehistoric Sea Creatures–Photos”

  1. That beautiful Spring Widget brought tears to my eyes. THANK YOU!!!

    You’re the best. I loooove your blogs!!! They are great for the eye and the imagination. 😀

    Hugs, JJ

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