MONSTERS of the Ancient Seas | National Geographic



Alive for the first time in 82 million years: Styxosaur: 40 feet long, and half of it was its gigantic neck. Dolichorhynchops: fast swimmer, a relic of when much of North America was under water. Hesperornis: A bird that couldn’t fly, but was a really good swimmer.
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  1. nothing can be more dangerous than human beings. If they existed today humans would have hunt them down for food n other stuffs n could feed many people in africa n then UN had to declare it illegal to hunt them.

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