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Mosasaurs used their Bony Noses to Strike Prey

Mosasaurs used their Bony Noses to Strike Prey

The youngest-ever specimen of Mosasaurs reveals that they resembled killer whales when it comes to prey. All the fans of the movie ‘Jurassic World’ could easily relate to Mosasaurs, an enormous marine reptile that lived more than 65 million years ago. Orcas offer the most suitable option to understand this massive creature following a number…

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How Tiny Chemicals Kill Large Mammals in the Sea?

How Tiny Chemicals Kill Large Mammals in the Sea?

The accumulation of tiny chemicals inside the bodies of killer whales is proving fatal for half of their populations around the world. All the aquatic mammals who rely on the ocean and other marine systems for their survival are called Marine Mammals. Some common examples include whales, manatees, polar bear, seals, and sea otters. There…

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