7th Aug '14 10:05:58 PM Splonkadumpocus
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I studied paleontology at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, which has lots of entelodont specimens. They really do have oversized jaws and teeth.
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8th Apr '14 11:47:47 AM Splonkadumpocus
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Stethacanthus was portrayed accurately in WWM, and it was definitely an elasmobranch if not quite a modern shark. It was at least closer to modern sharks than the classic "first shark" Cladoselache.
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8th Apr '14 11:41:00 AM Splonkadumpocus
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8th Apr '14 11:40:44 AM Splonkadumpocus
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8th Apr '14 11:36:14 AM Splonkadumpocus
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Hybodus, the shark shown in "Cruel Sea" was a true shark.
20th Mar '14 12:12:19 AM erforce
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8th Mar '14 8:35:05 AM Silvermoon424
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17th Feb '14 5:38:17 AM Ionz
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Weird issues with the * symbol
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17th Feb '14 5:37:38 AM Ionz
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