Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Semionotus: ("Flag-Back") is an extinct genus of ray-finned fish found throughout Northern Pangaea (North America and Europe) during the late Triassic, becoming extinct in the Early Jurassic.
Art illustration - Aquatic Reptile - Plesiosuchus: is an extinct genus of crocodili form metriorhynchid subfamily of geosaurinos, and lived in the late Jurassic in Europe.They began to fully adapt to life at sea. Around 6.8 meters length, plesiosuchus was one of the largest marine crocodiles and like his relative had removed the heavy, restricting the armor of their ancestors in favor of a streamlined body. .
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 - Reptile - Araripemys: is an extinct genus of turtles 120 million years ago, Cretaceous in Brazil. It is a typical turtle neck Pleurodira long folding laterally for the head in the shell. has five fingers webbed feet that served to swim in the rivers and lakes masses in which he lived, but also enabled him to walk on land as most freshwater turtles. He had the unusually flat carapace and neck too long. possibly is fed on algae and small fish and invertebrates aquatic.
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 - Rhizodus: (root tooth) is an extinct genus of rhizodont predatory lobe-finned fish, the bony vertebrate clade that also includes tetrapods. It was of enormous size, reaching 6–7 metres (20–23 ft) in length, this added to the fact that perhaps possessed the lungs must make a fearsome predator,since between 360 and 342 million years ago in the Upper Devonian and Lower Carboniferous.
Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Chinlea: is an extinct genus of Triassic lobe-finned fish found in the Southwestern United States states of Arizona and New Mexico. The length of Chinlea was about 1.5 m (5 feet). It weighed around 68 kg. (150 pounds). Chinlea had lobed fins and a slender tail. The teeth were large and sharp.