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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Shark Jaw
Source: K Shimada, DePaul University and Sternberg Museum of Natural History

The just of it:

Paleontologists have found 88.7-million-year-old shark remains in Kansas. The jaw is estimated to be
3 feet long and 32 feet in length. Kenshu Shimada found the remains embedded in a vertical rock cliff in Kansas.

Source: Mike Everhart

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1 comment:

  1. Scary...the jaw is "longer" than my height, so I'd have been swallowed up easily (I'm only 145 cm mind you) HE HE HE...