February 21, 2013

Tusoteuthis caught by mosasaur and Cretoxyrhina eating mosasaur. From the exhibition “Sea Monsters” at Geocenter Møn. Supervised by Mike Everhart and Luis Chiappe. 10 Tons

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    this would have creeped me out as a kid but this is cool
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