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Top 10 terrifying prehistoric sea creatures




A look at a selection of ten of the most fearsome predatory ocean-dwelling creatures to ever live.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Zeta Reticulum on 7 April, 2013, 5:25
Very good, however I don't see how that big stingray took the place of .
Comment icon #2 Posted by Thegreatsilence on 7 April, 2013, 10:23
Good point. I will go further and say that mosasaur should've taken first place, especially if you are aware of the Monongahela's report.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Still Waters on 7 April, 2013, 12:09
Interesting
Comment icon #4 Posted by HeartsAreForBreaking on 9 April, 2013, 4:47
I'll sure as heck never forget the time a thresher shark, about 14 feet long, swam past me 2 or 3 feet away, chest deep in the water.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Ryanakadgaf on 8 July, 2013, 6:54
Damn..
Comment icon #6 Posted by Realm on 8 July, 2013, 9:19
Still some pretty terrifying stuff out in the seas.


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