Sea Animals – Sharks, Whales, Fish, Marine Reptiles, Shellfish, Cephalopods, Crustaceans 13+

Sea Animals - Sharks, Whales, Fish, Marine Reptiles, Shellfish, Cephalopods, Crustaceans 13+

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Hey guys it’s Kerry lots of marine reptiles favorite sharks and sea animals tylosaurus it was a Mosasaur and ate fish and other swimming animals using its powerful streamlined body and four paddle-like limbs Kronosaurus it was a short-necked pliosaur growing up to 33 feet or 10 meters in length

They lived in the ocean and surfaced to breathe air Tanystropheus it could stand on the shore but needed water to help support the weight of its neck it would sneak its head into a shoal of fish and quickly catch its prey

This is my monster fish i’m not sure what it’s doing in this box but I just love the color and design ichthyosaurus chewing on an ammonite it had a fleshy dorsal fin on its back and a large caudal fin they had sharp teeth in strong jaws and big eyes

Dunkleosteus was one of the largest armored fish which means fish having a bony protective covering it was big as an elephant and a vicious hunter in the shallow seas where it lived it had the most powerful bite of any fish except perhaps the mega tooth shark liopleurodon

Was a pliosaur it used its nose to smell distant prey underwater the great white shark it’s gray on top and white underneath for camouflage pliosaurus their greatest enemy was mosasaurus they breathed air through their nostrils on the upper front of their head by surfacing it had a soft hide

Their diet would have included fish cephalopods and marine reptiles hydrocerasaurus it had long pointed teeth but these seem to have projected more to the sides rather than just up and down probably to keep a hold of slippery fish dunkleosteus it had a jointed neck

And an eel-like tail mososaurus was a large snake-like marine reptile that lived during the cretaceous period their closest living relatives would be modern day snakes and monitor lizards they were powerful swimmers with a long streamlined body and here’s elasmosaurus it’s a genus of plesiosaur

It lived in the ocean and breathed air like a turtle it was a slow swimmer using its flippers just like a turtle Attenborosaurus it had an extremely long neck it only had a few large teeth for chomping down on fish it was a plesiosaur temnodontosaurus birthing

It was an ichthyosaur it had massive eyes growing up to 10 inches or 25 centimeters across it was one of the oldest and largest ichthyosaurs elasmosaurus it ate fish and other swimming animals it had a very long neck with four paddle shaped flippers a tiny head with sharp

Teeth and strong jaws its tail was pointed basilosaurus is a genus of cetacean that lived from 40 to 34 million years ago in the late eocene it wasn’t a marine reptile technically but a stage in the evolution of whales it was one of the largest oceanic animals of its time

And easily recognizable by its long serpent-like body dolichorhynchops was a short-necked plesiosaur from the lake cretaceous period its name means long nosed face great white shark the female releases chemicals into the water to attract the males attention there are mating rituals including

Pattern breeching where the male propels their body out of the water landing hard against the surface with a big splash the male shark bites the female to hold on to her during copulation while he inserts and hooks one of his claspers into the female’s cloaca and releases

Sperm similar to a penis claspers are an external appendage found on male sharks skates and rays and are designed to deliver sperm inside the female tiger shark females mate once every three years they breed by internal fertilization the male inserts one of his claspers

Into the female’s genital opening which is called cloaca acting as a guide for the sperm its eggs hatch internally and the younger born life when fully developed plesiosaurus they use their teeth to catch fish and small marine animals the neck is quite

Stiff its very strong jaws could also be used to attack other large predators and this is plesiosuchus it had long crocodilian jaws and ate large fish and other marine reptiles it was nearly seven meters long liopleurodon its typical length was 16 to 23 feet not the inaccurate 82 feet from walking

With dinosaurs and here’s another tylosaurus it had a large head with many teeth which were used for hunting fish turtles mollusks and shellfish it was not a fast swimmer great whites attack by propelling themselves at their prey with great speed they take a single

Massive bite and drag their victims down into deeper water and the victim bleeds to death before being eaten great white sharks are ovoviviparous which means eggs develop and hatch in the uterus and continue to develop until birth another dunkleosteus pigment cells suggest duncan osteous had

Dark colours on its back and was silvery on its belly it didn’t have scales but a type of armor made of hinged body shields rhomaleosaurus it ate fish squid and other marine reptiles it had a large head and numerous sharp teeth and you can see

Barnacles on the body there underneath it was a pliosaur and here’s another elasmosaurus their necks was so long they wouldn’t have been able to lift more than the head above the water its neck takes up half of its whole body length it would have given birth to its

Young in the water like sea snakes do today tylosaurus it wasn’t a fast swimmer so would stalk its prey and then use a sudden burst of speed to catch and kill the prey the hammerhead shark you can notice the eye on the side there

They had lots of sensors inside that hammer-shaped head to let them know when prey was around excalibosaurus was a medium-sized ichthyosaur from early jurassic England it gets its name from its sword-like nose coelacanth is an elusive deep sea creature there are still two known species alive

Today they have a hinged joint in the skull which allows the fish to widen its mouth for large prey Dunkleosteus used those two long bony blades to snap and crush almost anything whale sharks are fish and obtain oxygen via their gills they have no physiological requirement to swim at the surface

Unlike air breathing whales and dolphins it is one of the only three filter feeding sharks the other two being the basking and megamouth sharks megaloden was one of the largest and most powerful predators to have ever lived they had a massive bite force and their

Teeth were thick and robust built for grabbing prey and breaking bone its massive teeth were almost three times larger than the teeth of a modern great white shark mosasaurus its sharp backward pointing teeth on the roof of its mouth help force prey down its throat goblin shark this pink skinned animal has a

Distinctive profile with an elongated flat snout and highly protrusible jaws Please stay and watch another video with me Thank you for watching my video see you again soon See you guys in my next video 🙋🏼‍♀️

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