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Killer Whale Survives an Attack from a Living Mosasaur?

On November 30th, the Facebook page known as Carcharodon Carcharias released a video* of a pair of killer whales swimming through a sea of detritus. The female… Read more »

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Pliosaur versus Megalodon – what might happen?

     The fight was not over.      Despite the severity of their wounds, the Ancient and Ursula continued to tear at one another – arch-enemies who would… Read more »

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APEX PREDATOR SPOTLIGHT – OTODUS OBLIQUUS

Otodus obliquus was a large, macropredatory mackerel shark that lived from the Paleocene to the Miocene Epoch, approximately 40-60 mya. Although nowhere near as well-known as its… Read more »

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Novel KRONOS RISING “Primed” to Take a BITE out of Amazon.

When it comes to top of the line authors like JK Rowling, Scott Pratt, and Michael C. Grumley, what makes them so good? Is it simply talent… Read more »

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Love and War among Ichthyosaurs – How aggressive were “Fish Lizards”?

Just how mean and nasty were Ichthyosaurs, the most fusiform of marine reptiles, especially when it came to their own kind? And was any inter-species aggression related… Read more »

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