Prehistoric predatory sea animals, 19th C illustration

Prehistoric predatory sea animals, 19th C illustration

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Caption: Prehistoric predatory sea animals. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle of a plesiosaurus (order plesiosauria, centre left), ichthyosaur (order Ichthyosauria, centre right) and squid (order Teuthida, lower left) from the Lower Jurassic Period (around 205 to 180 million years ago). Plesiosaurs were predatory marine reptile that fed mainly on fish. Ichthyosaurs were fish-like marine reptiles. Both lived during the Lower Jurassic period. From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).

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