Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Leptostyrax macrorhiza: A giant shark the size of a two-story building prowled the shallow seas 100 million years ago, new fossils reveal. would have been one of the largest predators of its day, These vertebrae represent a single animal of approximately 6.3 m (20 feet 8 inches) in minimum total length, making this individual one of the largest documented sharks from the Early Cretaceous of North America.

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Leptostyrax macrorhiza: A giant shark the size of a two-story building prowled the shallow seas 100 million years ago, new fossils reveal. would have been one of the largest predators of its day, These vertebrae represent a single animal of approximately 6.3 m (20 feet 8 inches) in minimum total length, making this individual one of the largest documented sharks from the Early Cretaceous of North America.

Alopias grandis by Teratophoneus on DeviantArt

Alopias grandis by Teratophoneus on DeviantArt

Cretolamna by Hyrotrioskjan on DeviantArt

Cretolamna by Hyrotrioskjan on DeviantArt

Leptostyrax by Hyrotrioskjan

Leptostyrax by Hyrotrioskjan

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