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  • Cretoxyrhina - Facts and Pictures

    Quick Cretoxyrhina Facts: - Lived during the Middle to Late Cretaceous Period - Swam in oceans all over the world - Ate fish and other marine animals - Was longer than a great white shark - Weighed as much as a great white shark...

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    shark swam crusher - thejewellerycoza Crusher Eye Teeth - hptcindiain Giant 'Shell Crusher' Shark Remains Found , 'Shell Crusher' Shark Swam Cretaceous Kansas , nicknamed the "shell crusher," had 1,000 "pavement-like" teeth , Get Price; Mobile Crusher Coal Mining Roller, Mobile Crusher Coal ....

  • ELASMOCOM Fossil Genera: Squalicorax

    If a particular shark tooth were to be chosen as an index fossil for the Late Cretaceous of North America, the crow shark, Squalicorax, would be an ideal donorThese teeth are both abundant and readily identifiable to genus, even when damaged or water-worn...

  • Shark bites in the Cretaceous Sea | Boneblogger: Science ,

    Shark bites in the Cretaceous Sea One of the most exciting things in paleontology is being able to definitively establish the interaction of two species from the fossil record It is thrilling to picture a moment in time, millions of years ago, when two animals were at the same place, at the same time, and be able from fossil evidence to glean ....

  • When Sharks Swam the Great Plains - popularyoutube

    fenrar36: Western kansas was shallow sea, eastern kansas was everglade swamps hence why there's chalk and sea fossils in the west and coal seams in the east tim hoevenaars: More ancient marine biology please, its so cool bel pet: Still hoping for a video on bat evolution...

  • Ancient remains of gigantic shark found near Fort Worth ,

    Jun 05, 2015· Outside Fort Worth, scientists unearthed the remains of massive creature not commonly associated with the North Texas plains: a mega shark Researchers from the ,...

  • When Sharks Swam the Great Plains - popularyoutube

    fenrar36: Western kansas was shallow sea, eastern kansas was everglade swamps hence why there's chalk and sea fossils in the west and coal seams in the east tim hoevenaars: More ancient marine biology please, its so cool bel pet: Still hoping for a video on bat evolution...

  • Bargain 178" Cretaceous Cretoxyrhina Shark Tooth - Kansas

    Bargain 178" Cretaceous Cretoxyrhina Shark Tooth - Kansas This is an bargain, 178" long fossil tooth of the shark Cretoxyrhina mantilli It is Late Cretaceous in age and comes from the Smoky Hill Chalk in Gove County, Kansas...

  • Ancient remains of gigantic shark found near Fort Worth ,

    Jun 05, 2015· Outside Fort Worth, scientists unearthed the remains of massive creature not commonly associated with the North Texas plains: a mega shark Researchers from the ,...

  • Cretoxyrhina - Facts and Pictures

    Quick Cretoxyrhina Facts: - Lived during the Middle to Late Cretaceous Period - Swam in oceans all over the world - Ate fish and other marine animals - Was longer than a great white shark - Weighed as much as a great white shark...

  • Giant predatory shark fossil unearthed in Kansas - BBC

    The fossilised remains of a gigantic 10m-long predatory shark have been unearthed in Kansas, US Scientists dug up a gigantic jawbone, teeth and scales belonging to the shark which lived 89 million years ago The bottom-dwelling predator had huge tooth plates, which it likely used to crush large shelled animals such as giant clams...

  • 'Shell Crusher' Shark Swam Cretaceous Kansas : Discovery ,

    'Shell Crusher' Shark Swam Cretaceous Kansas : Discovery News , During the Late Cretaceous, this shark was probably a "sluggish bottom dweller" in a seaway covering today's Kansas and other ....

  • Bargain 171" Cretaceous Cretoxyrhina Shark Tooth - Kansas

    It is Late Cretaceous in age and comes from the Smoky Hill Chalk in Gove County, Kansas The tooth was a surface find, so it has started to bleach white due to exposure to the elements, hence the bargain price Cretoxyrhina mantelli was a large shark that lived about 100 to 82 million years ago, during the late Cretaceous period...

  • Cretoxyrhina - Wikipedia

    Cretoxyrhina (/ ˌ k r ˈ ɪ t ɔː k s iː r h aɪ n ə /; meaning 'Cretaceous sharp-nose') is an extinct genus of large mackerel shark that lived about 107 to 73 million years ago during the late Albian to late Campanian of the Late Cretaceous period...

  • eye teeth crusher - fysiozuidlarennl

    shark swam crusher - thejewellerycoza Crusher Eye Teeth - hptcindiain Giant 'Shell Crusher' Shark Remains Found , 'Shell Crusher' Shark Swam Cretaceous Kansas , nicknamed the "shell crusher," had 1,000 "pavement-like" teeth , Get Price; Mobile Crusher Coal Mining Roller, Mobile Crusher Coal ....

  • Sharks of Kansas

    Sharks have lived in the oceans that once covered Kansas for almost as long as there have been sharks While most of the shark teeth and other shark remains shown on this page are from the Cretaceous Period of the Mesozoic, the Paleozoic shark teeth shown at the bottom include examples of some of the first vertebrate remains described from Kansas by Joseph Leidy in 1859...

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS - Oceans of Kansas Paleontology

    This formidable Cretaceous shark "sliced and diced" its meals , Ancient sharks: Cretoxyrhina mantelli and Squalicorax falcatus: Many large and hungry sharks swam in the shallow sea that once covered Kansas Here are some pictures of the teeth of these sharks , A new Colorado musuem with lots of fossils from the Kansas Cretaceous: Added 11 ....

  • Gigantic lamnoid shark vertebra from the Lower Cretaceous ,

    Request PDF on ResearchGate | Gigantic lamnoid shark vertebra from the Lower Cretaceous Kiowa Shale of Kansas | Fossil sharks are represented primarily by isolated teeth Teeth are usually used ....

  • Giant 20-foot-long sharks swam over the ancient American ,

    Three newly unearthed vertebrae from north-central Texas suggest the presence of an enormous shark during the Early Cretaceous Period in the region This , Giant 20-foot-long sharks swam over the ancient American Great Plains about 4 years ago by Franz Anthony , (20 ft), comparable to another shark specimen from a related site in Kansas ....

  • Shark bites in the Cretaceous Sea | Boneblogger: Science ,

    Shark bites in the Cretaceous Sea One of the most exciting things in paleontology is being able to definitively establish the interaction of two species from the fossil record It is thrilling to picture a moment in time, millions of years ago, when two animals were at the same place, at the same time, and be able from fossil evidence to glean ....

  • 17" Cretaceous Cretoxyrhina Shark Tooth - Kansas For Sale ,

    17" Cretaceous Cretoxyrhina Shark Tooth - Kansas This is a 17" long fossil tooth of the shark Cretoxyrhina mantilli It is Late Cretaceous in age and comes from the Smoky Hill Chalk in Gove County, Kansas The tooth is in incredible shape with glossy enamel and nice point...

  • Sea Monsters Of The Cretaceous | Owlcation

    The Cretaceous is the last of the three great ages of dinosaurs To put it in a nutshell, dinosaurs appeared in the Triassic, grew to enormous sizes in the Jurassic and then spent the Cretaceous diversifying into any number of forms before their demise (which will occur in 10 million years time)...