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Odontochelys - The oldest turtle fossils, they only have the bottom part of the shell.  There is debate as to whether they had not yet evolved the top shell, or if they were descended from even older turtles that lived on land, and lost it when moving to the water, like the modern Leatherback.

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Diatryma and Kelenken by WillemSvdMerwe.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

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What can I say? Prehistoric mammals are pretty frickin awesome too! And who would mess with a 26+ pound rabbit?

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What can I say? Prehistoric mammals are pretty frickin awesome too! And who would mess with a 26+ pound rabbit?

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Dinossauros sofriam de artrite há 150 milhões de anos, afirmam cientistas.  Pesquisa foi feita a partir do fóssil de um crânio de 1,7 metro de comprimento de um pliossauro fêmea que foi encontrado no sudeste da Inglaterra. (Clique na foto)

Dinossauros sofriam de artrite há 150 milhões de anos, afirmam cientistas

Dinossauros sofriam de artrite há 150 milhões de anos, afirmam cientistas. Pesquisa foi feita a partir do fóssil de um crânio de 1,7 metro de comprimento de um pliossauro fêmea que foi encontrado no sudeste da Inglaterra. (Clique na foto)

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