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Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Scaumenacia curtia: is an extinct genus of prehistoric sarcopterygian, was a fish that lived during the Devonian period, approximately 400 million years ago.  this fish also had lungs to breathe, so it probably had to come to the surface often, to gulp air. The shape of the body of this fish means that it was probably a fast swimming hunter. The specimen was found in Canada. It is from the Devonian period (418 - 362 million years ago).

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Scaumenacia curtia: is an extinct genus of prehistoric sarcopterygian, was a fish that lived during the Devonian period, approximately 400 million years ago. this fish also had lungs to breathe, so it probably had to come to the surface often, to gulp air. The shape of the body of this fish means that it was probably a fast swimming hunter. The specimen was found in Canada. It is from the Devonian period (418 - 362 million years ago).

Art illustration - Plesiosaur - Kaiwhekea: (Whalebite) is a genus extinct Upper Cretaceous plesiosaur, in what is now New Zealand. It is measuring about 7 meters long and lived about 69-70 million years. The only known specimen, found in the Katiki Training, is almost complete, and is exhibited at the Museum of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Art illustration - Plesiosaur - Kaiwhekea: (Whalebite) is a genus extinct Upper Cretaceous plesiosaur, in what is now New Zealand. It is measuring about 7 meters long and lived about 69-70 million years. The only known specimen, found in the Katiki Training, is almost complete, and is exhibited at the Museum of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Aidachar: is an extinct genus of actinopterigio teleost fish ictiodectiforme Upper Cretaceous of Kyzyl Kum, in Central Asia. He was appointed by Lev Nesov in 1981.1 At first, he tentatively described the fossil material as jaw fragments of a pterosaur ctenocasmátido (a flying reptile), but then reinterpreted Aidachar like a fish in 1986. The type species is A. paludalis.

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Aidachar: is an extinct genus of actinopterigio teleost fish ictiodectiforme Upper Cretaceous of Kyzyl Kum, in Central Asia. He was appointed by Lev Nesov in 1981.1 At first, he tentatively described the fossil material as jaw fragments of a pterosaur ctenocasmátido (a flying reptile), but then reinterpreted Aidachar like a fish in 1986. The type species is A. paludalis.

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Campbellodus: is an extinct plethodontid placoderm fish that lived about 380 million years ago,Their fossil remains we found preserved in perfect three-dimensional shape of the Gogo Formation of Western Australia.

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Campbellodus: is an extinct plethodontid placoderm fish that lived about 380 million years ago,Their fossil remains we found preserved in perfect three-dimensional shape of the Gogo Formation of Western Australia.

El Brachauchenius fue un enorme y temible reptil marino, perteneciente a la orden de los plesiosaurios. Medía 12 metros de embergadura. Vivió en el período cretácico. Su cráneo medía 1,53 metros de longitud. Longitud: 12 metros Encontrado en aguas marinas de Norteamérica

El Brachauchenius fue un enorme y temible reptil marino, perteneciente a la orden de los plesiosaurios. Medía 12 metros de embergadura. Vivió en el período cretácico. Su cráneo medía 1,53 metros de longitud. Longitud: 12 metros Encontrado en aguas marinas de Norteamérica

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Coelacanth: is another lobe-finned fish that is a living fossil. that they were believed extinct since the Cretaceous period, It is thought to have evolved into roughly its current form about 408 million years ago, during the early Devonian, and has not essentially evolved further from its ancient form.

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Coelacanth: is another lobe-finned fish that is a living fossil. that they were believed extinct since the Cretaceous period, It is thought to have evolved into roughly its current form about 408 million years ago, during the early Devonian, and has not essentially evolved further from its ancient form.

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Osteolepis: is an extinct genus of lobe-finned celacantimorfos Devonian period. They lived in the Orcadians lakes of northern Scotland 363 million years ago in the Devonian. It was a carnivorous fish and was in shallow seas, measuring 20 cm in length and was covered with square scales. It had a more typical elongated shape of ray-finned fish like tuna and salmon.

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Osteolepis: is an extinct genus of lobe-finned celacantimorfos Devonian period. They lived in the Orcadians lakes of northern Scotland 363 million years ago in the Devonian. It was a carnivorous fish and was in shallow seas, measuring 20 cm in length and was covered with square scales. It had a more typical elongated shape of ray-finned fish like tuna and salmon.

Art illustration -  Aquatic Animals - Squalodon: ("shark tooth") is an extinct genus of cetacean At first it was considered a iguanodóntido dinosaur, but was later reclassified between cetaceans. The name comes from Squalus squalodon, a genus of sharks, existed from early Oligocene to mid-Miocene between 38 and 14 million years, although some fragmentary remains could correspond to the Upper Miocene (8 million years).

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Squalodon: ("shark tooth") is an extinct genus of cetacean At first it was considered a iguanodóntido dinosaur, but was later reclassified between cetaceans. The name comes from Squalus squalodon, a genus of sharks, existed from early Oligocene to mid-Miocene between 38 and 14 million years, although some fragmentary remains could correspond to the Upper Miocene (8 million years).

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