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Globidens dakotensis

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The 12' long Globidens is a far cry from the other mosasaurs. While most of the marine lizards evolved to actively hunt prey, Globidens went for a much slower lifestyle, moving along the rocky coast, eating shellfish. Where most mosasaurs had flesh-ripping spikes for teeth, Globidens had what look like over-sized musket balls. These aided in crushing rock hard shells to get the mulloscs inside. [Structural Reference; Russel Hawley]

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