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The Amazon River Dolphin | The Life of Animals

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Name:Liopleurodon (Greek for "smooth-sided teeth"); pronounced LIE-oh-PLOOR-oh-donHabitat:Oceans worldwideHistorical Period:Late Jurassic (165-150 million years ago)Size and Weight:About 30 feet long and 10 tonsDiet:Fish and squidsDistinguishing Characteristics:Massive head with numerous sharp teeth; four large flippersLiopleurodon - About.com Marine Reptiles

Liopleurodon Facts

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Gomphotherium_annectens

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Mamenchisaurus

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All You Want to Know About Ocean Sunfish: Ocean sunfish (Mola mola) found in open ocean, California, USA, Eastern Pacific Ocean

All You Want to Know About Ocean Sunfish

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The Lions Mane Jellyfish -- largest jelly fish in the world... Found in the boreal waters of the Arctic

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Closeup of the skull and teeth of the Puntledge River elasmosaur

British Columbia Paleontological Alliance - BC Provincial Fossil

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Largest Living Sea Creatures

10 Largest Sea Creatures

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Spinosaurus aegyptiacus

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#PaleoArt #Pterosaur #illustration Ingridia navigans by ~atrox1 on @deviantART atrox1.deviantart... | Sergey Krasovskiy

Ingridia navigans by atrox1 on deviantART

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Black Rain Frog. - Imgur

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Reader photo:Leafy sea dragon - Australian Geographic

Fishy foliage of the leafy sea dragon

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Tupandactylus imperator

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wolly rhinoceras. pleistocene.

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Cotylorhynchus by Sergey Krasovskiy, atrox1 | The best known member of the synapsid clade Caseidae, the largest terrestrial vertebrates of the Early Permian

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Poppy

Poppy ~ Photos Hub

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Shark egg by Sander van der Wel on Flickr.

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Blue whale!: Largest animal to ever live on Earth! (Including all dinosaurs)

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Triton shell on the prowl

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Styracosaurus was a genus of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period about 75.5 to 75 Ma

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Limacina helicina, the sea butterfly, is a tiny mollusk that lives inside a dark shell and uses its "ears" as wings. Like its predator, the sea angel, Limacina has evolved wings in place of the normal mollusk foot. Unlike the sea angel, though, Limacina hunts with a big ball of secreted mucous, which it uses to catch tiny arthropods, bacteria and algae. Photo by Alexander Semenov. Story by Nadia Drake, wired.com #Marine_Biology #Sea_Butterfly

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Jellyfish

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narwhal.

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Megalodon fossil tooth

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Pterosaur to Giraffe comparison

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