The early cretaceous Chinese ecosytem charted!
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Age of the Killer ElasmosaursSo, a lot of you are probably familiar with :iconnashd1:'s posts on plesiosaurs and how they aren't meek little dudes that ate only small fish and were probably a lot more complex than we thought. If you don't here are some posts made by him.
Of all his posts, the ones on plesiosaurs were probably my favorite, as they include many interesting ideas on the group on how they ate, how they hunted, and their social life. He most non-polycotylid plesiosaurs as opportunistic mid-level predators. However, there are a few things I would like to share on elasmosaurs, and that is their role in the food chain. You see, a lot of people think that plesiosaurs were predators of fish no bigger than 18 inches long. However, Duane makes a conv
I am a Dutch 15 year old science enthousiast, mainly palaeontology and biology.
On this account, you will mostly see drawings of animals that have been dead for millions upon millions of years. Some will say it's boring. Some will say it's awesome.
As a wise classmate of mine put it: -''Hahaha you draw dienosurs and doodo's! Ur weird lol''-
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