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Sea Monsters: Liopleurodon and Its Prey

Likely the biggest sea predator of all time, the giant Liopleurodon - were it still alive - would dwarf a sperm whale.

In this recreation of what might have been, during the Jurassic Age, Nigel Marven swims with Liopleurodon and other prehistoric monsters.  One can only imagine how much prey such creatures would have consumed.  


Media Credits

From the BBC's Walking with Dinosaurs:  Sea Monsters (2003) with Nigel Marven.  Online, courtesy BBCWorldwide Channel on YouTube.  Copyright BBC, all rights reserved.  Clip provided here as fair use for educational purposes and to acquaint new viewers with the program.

 

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