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Kronosaurus

Kronosaurus queenslandicus is a genus of short-necked pliosaur. It was among the largest pliosaurs, and is named after the leader of the Greek Titans, Cronus. It lived in the Early Cretaceous Period.

What you're looking at is a mummified bison from the Ice Age. It was frozen in solid soil and uncovered by gold miners who were artificially thawing out the surrounding Earth in 1979. There are claw and tooth marks in the mummy that have allowed scientists to finger the bison's killer: An American lion.

A mummified bison from the Ice Age, frozen in solid soil and uncovered by gold miners artificially thawing out the surrounding earth in Claw and tooth marks indicate the killer was an American lion.

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.

While we may not have time machines, a Canadian paleoartist, Julius Csotonyi, provides us with the next best thing in an illustration from his new book.

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Spinosaurus may be the larges Theropod to ever stalk the Prehistoric Americas and believed to be even larger than T-Rex. Recently (late it was determined to be the first and only known aquatic dinosaur.

In the Cretaceous sea, an Enchodus chases an unidentified invertebrate, which is pursued by a Dolychorhynchops, which in turn is being hunted by the mosasaur, Tylosaurus.

'Cretaceous Marine Predators' by Walter Myers, including a plesiosaur and a mosasaur.

Dangerous Waters by DeEtta © on DeviantArt

A quiet coastal community finds itself on the brink of extinction when a prehistoric predator rises from the depths and destroys everything in its path.

Dinosaurs in the Wild, spectacular live experience roars into life | blooloop

Dinosaurs in the Wild - stunning pictures of the huge dino show coming to Birmingham

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