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Extinct sea monsters



Alive for the first time in 82 million years - Tusoteuthis, Xiphactinus and Tylosaur.

   

Recent comments on this video
Comment icon #1 Posted by Still Waters on 3 January, 2013, 14:03
I wouldn't like to be in the water with any of those!
Comment icon #2 Posted by NikkiAidyn on 3 January, 2013, 14:49
I love watching the shows about the creatures that once resided here.. always keeps me glued to the screen. Thanks
Comment icon #3 Posted by Hilander on 3 January, 2013, 17:10
I love watching shows about extinct animals and people but some of them I am so glad they aren't still around. Its bad enough having a deer run out in front of you I wouldn't want to have to deal with T-Rex attacking my car.
Comment icon #4 Posted by dan-paul-mark on 10 January, 2013, 3:57
good, slightly disappointing though. misunderstood the title and thought they'd discovered some ancient prehistoric animals that had survived all this time.


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