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Plesiosaurs inhabited the seas from around 200 million to 65 million years ago. They were
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Ancient sea monsters had black skin, scales, say scientists
Global warming hits sea creatures hardest
Mosasaurs, like those depicted here, may have given birth to their young while out
Fukushima Wolfish 'Sea Monster' A Product of Radiation Contamination? : News : Nature World News
Inner Ears of Ancient, Extinct Sea Monsters Mirror Those of Today's Animals
In the most influential book ever written on sea monsters, Bernard Heuvelmans argued for the
Car-size "Loch Ness monster"
Sea monsters real and imagined, an old illustration done as a prototype for a mural
New giant virus may help scientists better understand the emergence of complex life
Mysterious, Slinky-like sac of slime
The top 10 new species of 2018, from deep-sea fish to tree-climbing lions
Rare, deep-ocean shark with 300 "frilled" teeth
Fox News coverage of our research. “Loch Ness”? “Dinosaurs”?
MONSTER MYSTERY The Tully monster (illustrated) was an aquatic creature that lived about 300 million years ago. Its strange features have made it difficult ...
These strange creatures spend their entire lives in caves, and face threats from pollution runoff from agriculture and chemical plants ...
illustration of Storr Lochs Monster
Researchers Discover Cthulhu Like Creature
5,000-lb. bone-filled fish
Daihua sanqiong sea creature
Say hello to the tardigrade, an extreme gene machine. (Sinclair Stammers)
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Bone worms feasted on ancient sea monsters
The Military Wants Genetically-Modified Sea Creatures to Snitch on Enemy Ships
Dolphin ancestor's hearing was more like hoofed mammals than today's sea creatures
Inner Ears of Extinct Sea Monsters Mirror Those of Today's Animals
Chemical records in teeth confirm elusive Alaska lake seals are one of a kind
A submersible maneuvers an instrument to analyze the dissolved gases supporting life at a deep-sea vent.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
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List of giant squid specimens and sightings
A life-size model of a mammoth at the Royal BC Museum; some people
About 100 million years ago, the close kin of bone-eating worms that today
The cryptozoological literature includes many volumes that discuss sea monster reports, and often interpret them
Teaching an old dog new tricks: Pharmacogenomics testing for animals — Lateral Magazine
Beating cancer might come from animals that evolved defenses against it.Photograph by Patrick Bouquet / Flickr
"Kleptopredator" sea slug with a vicious way of feeding
Marine species quickly revealed by new 'Go Fish' tool, highlights potential of emerging eDNA science | EurekAlert! Science News
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Ichthyosaurs, a diverse group of marine reptiles, lived between 252 million and 95 million years ago. They came in many sizes and shapes.
Creatures 2 opens on the incubator room, golden-hued and filled with three-second audio loops I still hear in my sleep.
Homeschool Curriculum Ideas for Marine Biology
Arthur Adams, a ship's surgeon in the 1860's, spotted what appeared to be a mysterious creature moving through the ...
What does it take to live at the bottom of the ocean?
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Extreme Animals: Special Senses
Necrophagy: A means of survival in the Dead Sea
Cannibal corpse worm with monster jaws
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Classic sea monsters like this one - the Daedalus encounter from 1848, involving a creature
This 1848 cartoon, from Punch magazine, indicates some familiarity among the public of the
Eat dirt. Ancient seafloor diggers, like the extinct worm Ancalagon minor depicted here,
The first purported photo of Nessie was published in The Daily Mail on April 21,
BIOS-SCOPE scientists and Atlantic Explorer crew deploy specialized zooplankton nets, to study how small swimming animals produce dissolved organic matter ...
Fairy Tales, Monsters, and the Genetic Imagination