T-Rex of the Seas: A Mosasaur Gallery

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Tylosaurus Skeleton

Credit: Credit: Mike Everhart, Oceans of Kansas Paleontology
This mosasaur skeleton, belonged to Tylosaurus proriger, measures about 29 feet long and is on display at Sternberg Museum of Natural History in Kansas.…Read More »

Tylosaurs lived about 88 to 78 million years ago, could grow to lengths of 49 feet (15 meters) or more. Their fossils have been found worldwide, including in Antarctica, according to Mike Everhart, adjunct curator of paleontology at the Sternberg Museum of Natural History in Hays, Kansas.   Less «
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