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Prehistoric Shark - Xenacanthus (Genus)


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3 hours ago, FossilDiscovery said:

 

I always loved prehistoric sharks growing up.

It is sad to see that there are not many freshwater sharks in modern day times. (atleast not in considerable numbers or strictly freshwater)

Good to know there is appreciation for these creatures.

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On 5/7/2022 at 8:50 AM, LazyLemonLucas said:

I always loved prehistoric sharks growing up.

It is sad to see that there are not many freshwater sharks in modern day times. (atleast not in considerable numbers or strictly freshwater)

Good to know there is appreciation for these creatures.

They are fascinating.

Yes, there definitely seems to have been way more in prehisotric times. 

I'm glad to see the appreciation as well.

Thanks for watching! 

On 5/7/2022 at 11:46 AM, Phi for All said:
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You need to give us a starting point for a discussion, otherwise you're just pushing your YouTube channel at us, and that's against the rules. Members must be able to participate without leaving the site or watching videos.

 

Starting point for discussion - What do you think of this creature? What does it remind you of? 

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