Nicolas colletta

Nicolas colletta

Nicolas colletta
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Fósil vegetal. Www.geologyin.com

Fósil vegetal. Www.geologyin.com

Love bite? Ouch, mama!

Love bite? Ouch, mama!

Some jaws for an upcoming around the kneecap tattoo for my homie @jciardiello…

Some jaws for an upcoming around the kneecap tattoo for my homie @jciardiello…

Dot Work White Shark tattoo,squalo bianco disegnato da Fabrizio Biancofiore

Dot Work White Shark tattoo,squalo bianco disegnato da Fabrizio Biancofiore

Are There Dangerous Sharks in British Waters?

Are There Dangerous Sharks in British Waters?

Great white shark

Great white shark

Dyer Island, South Africa

Dyer Island, South Africa

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Provided by Sky News

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Livyatan melvillei: is an extinct genus and species of toothed whale belonging to the physeteridae superfamily, was found in the desert of Pisco, on rocks 12-13 million years (Miocene) ago. the fossil remains 75% of large fragments of skull and jaw and several teeth were found (the largest measuring 36 cm in length, much more than the actual sperm whale). His skull was about 3 meters long and the total length should be 13.5 to 17.5 meters.

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Livyatan melvillei: is an extinct genus and species of toothed whale belonging to the physeteridae superfamily, was found in the desert of Pisco, on rocks 12-13 million years (Miocene) ago. the fossil remains 75% of large fragments of skull and jaw and several teeth were found (the largest measuring 36 cm in length, much more than the actual sperm whale). His skull was about 3 meters long and the total length should be 13.5 to 17.5 meters.

Livyatan melvillei is an extinct species of physeteroid whale, similar in size to the modern sperm whale. It lived during the Serravallian stage of the Miocene epoch, approximately 13 to 12 million years ago. It was 13.5 to 17.5 metres (44–57 ft) long, the skull is 3 metres (10 ft) long.

Livyatan melvillei is an extinct species of physeteroid whale, similar in size to the modern sperm whale. It lived during the Serravallian stage of the Miocene epoch, approximately 13 to 12 million years ago. It was 13.5 to 17.5 metres (44–57 ft) long, the skull is 3 metres (10 ft) long.