Sea Monster Or Shark An Alleged Plesiosaur Carc

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This should not be surprising, since basking sharks are known to decompose into "pseudoplesiosaur" forms, and their carc.es have been mistaken for "sea-monsters" many times in the past. Unfortunately, the results of scientific stu.s on the carcdata received less media attention than the early sensational reports, .This should not be surprising, since basking sharks are known to decompose into "pseudoplesiosaur" forms, and their carc.es have been mistaken for "sea-monsters" many times in the past. Unfortunately, the results of scientific stu.s on the carcdata received less media attention than the early sensational reports, . - Sharks ' teeth have been found embedded in the bones of an 85-million-year-old giant sea monster, suggesting an ancient feeding frenzy..

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