Plioplatecarpus

Plioplatecarpus is a genus of mosasaur lizard. Like all mosasaurs, it lived in the late Cretaceous period, about 83.5 million years ago. The eyes of Plioplatecarpus are proportionally larger than those of many mosasaur genera, although the skull is relatively short. The larger eyes may be an adaptation to low light conditions like those found in d...
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Plioplatecarpus

(pronounced PLEE-oh-PLAT-ee-CAR-pus) Plioplatecarpus was a mosasaur , a marine reptile that swam in shallow seas during the late Cretaceous period . They were not dinosaurs. These powerful swimmers were about 20 feet (6 m) long. They had a big head, large brain, big eyes, four flippers, and a tail that ended in a fin. Carnivores, they had sharp tee...
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