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Meet the Snakes of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras: Sanajeh

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Meet the Snakes of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras

Meet the Snakes of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras: Pachyrhachis

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Dinosaur Footprints

Dinosaur Footprint Pictures

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Christian Kammerer on Twitter: Looking down the muzzle of the Jurassic marine reptile Liopleurodon. #FossilFriday

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Torvosaurus at the Kenosha Dinosaur Discovery Museum | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Megalodon Jaws by Houston Museum of Natural Science Like the sharks of today, megalodon's teeth needed constant replacing. The ones up front were the business end of the mouth, while the ones in the back were ready to take a broken tooth's place.

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Diadectes (meaning crosswise-biter) is an extinct genus of large, very reptile-like amphibians that lived during the early Permian period (Cisuralian epochs, between 290 and 272 million years ago[1]). Diadectes was one of the very first herbivorous tetrapods, and also one of the first fully terrestrial animals to attain large size.

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