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Orthacanthus - About.com Prehistoric Sharks - Dinosaurs
There's been some speculation that Orthacanthus feasted on large prehistoric amphibians (Eryops being cited as a likely example) as well as fish, but proof for  ...
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Orthacanthus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
For a prehistoric shark, Orthacanthus had an uncommonly long, sleek, hydrodynamic body, with a dorsal (top) fin that ran almost the entire length of its back and ...
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Prehistoric Sharks and Shark Evolution - Dinosaurs - About.com
After Cladoselache, the most important prehistoric sharks of ancient times were Stethacanthus, Orthacanthus and Xenacanthus. Stethacanthus measured only ...
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Profiles of Prehistoric Fish, Sharks, Tetrapods and Amphibians
Profiles of the tetrapods and amphibians that preceded the dinosaurs, as well as prehistoric fish, sharks, and other marine creatures.
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Prehistoric Shark Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
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Zebra Shark - Stegostoma fasciatum - Scuba Diving - About.com
Related Articles. Orthacanthus Facts · Diablodontus Facts · Xenacanthus Facts · Hybodus Facts · Falcatus Facts. Scuba Diving Essentials. Diver-Cover.jpg -.
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Shark Finning FAQ - What is Shark Finning
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