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Killer Whale Attacked by Living Mosasaur? (part 2)

The intriguing footage of a wounded Orca, filmed off the coast of Norway last year, has captured the imagination of many, myself included. The obvious teeth marks… Read more »

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Twas the Night Before Christmas – the Sea Monster Version, by Max Hawthorne

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all my readers, fans and followers. I hope you enjoy my “Kronos Rising version” (parody) of the popular Christmas ballad, “The… Read more »

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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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