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Families Find Fossils of a Cretaceous “Swordfish”

Australopachycormus hurleyi – Rare Fossils Found The fearsome marine reptiles that once inhabited the Western Interior Seaway of North America led to this shallow, Cretaceous-age, inland sea being described as “Hell’s Aquarium”, but at the same time much of the land we know now as Australia was covered by an equally dangerous marine environment.  Amongst […]
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