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Protosphyraena -- A late Cretaceous "swordfish." For more info, see: http://www.oceansofkansas.com/Protosphyr.html#

Protosphyraena: A Late Cretaceous pachycormid "Swordfish" Copyright © by Mike Everhart

Whalevolution Month #09 – Makaracetus Makaracetus was such an unusual protocetid that it’s been classified in own unique little subfamily, the makaracetinae. Probably around 3-4m long (9′10″-13′), and living about 47 million years ago in Pakistan, it’s notable for having a skull unlike any of its relatives – with a large nasal opening, a downward-turned snout, and huge attachment points for facial muscles.

alphynix: Whalevolution Month – Makaracetus Makaracetus was such an unusual protocetid that it’s been classified in own unique little subfamily, the makaracetinae.

Tetrameryx shuleri by WillemSvdMerwe.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Another weird-horned extinct pronghorn! Tetrameryx apparently had four horns. They were actually connected at the base by a very short horn .

Anurognathus - Mark Witton

Anurognathus is a genus of small pterosaur that lived approximately million years ago.

Asilisaurus kongwe

Asilisaurus kongwe, a silesaurid dinosauriform from the Mnda Beds, Triassic, Tanzania.

Carnotaurus sastrei by Damir G. Martin

Paleoillustration by Damir G. Martin: "This is my depiction of how could Carnotuaurus look like if it had feather filament.

Mark Witton.com Blog: The life aquatic with flying reptiles

Swimming pteranodontids by Mark Witton: “ Pteranodon sternbergi dives for a school of panicked fish. So, what, pterosaurs are super good at swimming now? Read on… ” (tl;dr: While pterosaurs generally weren’t as adapted to surface floating as birds,.

Hyenadon | Walking with Beasts

Known on Dymos as the Hyena Tooth, Hyena Beast, or Hyena Dog. Still in debate.

Mauricio Anton South American mammal assemblage

Dinosaur Art book review

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