30 Terrifyng Prehistoric Sea Monsters That you didn’t know existed.

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As you know, in prehistory there were many animals that stood out because of their large size, there were in all species, insects, reptiles and mammals that exceeded by many times the size of their current species, likewise, the waters were also under the mastery of monstrous and giant creatures, and that is precisely what I will talk about here.
Here I bring you the top 30 of the largest and most dangerous marine monsters of the first part of the prehistory.
As you know in prehistory . there were many animals that stood out . because of their large size there were . no species insects reptiles and mammals . that exceeded by many times the size of . their current species likewise the . waters were also under the mastery of . monsters and giant creatures that is . precisely what i will talk about here . here i bring you the top 30 the largest . and most dangerous marine monsters art . of prehistory number 30 the high linea . we start this list with a heavy weight . like the heinie really this was a . predator that lived during the devonian . around 360 million years ago it measured . up to 2 meters in length it had powerful . jaws and very sharp teeth it gets . through it very fast making it a lethal . predator not only it lurked in the sea . but it also lurked on land as there are . also use evidence of its powerful fins . that could have facilitated venturing . into the earth's surface number 29 the . placket as' the placket as' was one of . the first sea reptiles of prehistory it . was characterized of being short-necked. and having a hard and heaviest call it . also had at the end of the mouth two . teeth harder and sharper than the rest . as if it were a beak its diet was based . on shellfish and crustaceans and despite . being an aquatic reptile all species . close to this animal were not being the . only one of its kind to be a marine . reptile number 28 the colossal squid . the colossal squid despite being an . animal of prehistory. it's still alive today their ancestors. recorded species up to 15 metres long . while today the largest species captured . only reached four meters long . taking note that it was not fully. developed the colossal squid of . prehistory had a die based on smaller . fish nowadays is an animal of the depths . thanks to the fact that there's very . little that's been able to investigate . about this mysterious and monstrous . animal number 27 the age from cassis in . this position we have a prehistoric . marine animal that was one of the first . giants to appear in the oceans similar . to a squid but having a shell on its . head the age of cassis in its time . reached 2 meters long being the second . biggest and register at the moment at . present a lot is known about this animal . thanks to the preservation of its . fossils which despite being much older . than those of the other dinosaurs . these were preserved very well thanks to . their environment number 26 the palacios . eaters the balaji cedars is undoubtedly . one of those prehistoric marine animals . that today would pass a monster of the . seas reaching up to 7 metres long and . weighing up to 3 tons this mammal was a . predator of the waters thanks to his . sharp teeth this animals the ancestor of . the consultations it was a fierce . predator having among its diet not only . fish but other smaller marine mammals as . well as dolphins and prey that we're . within reach out of the sea number 25 . the ceo tyrion in this position we have . a direct ancestor of the current whales . the seat aetherium its name means whale . beast it was a true marine monster of . the prehistory and it could measure up . to 12 metres long . it's diet was composed of the capture of . small fish by their beers a feature that . is the same as that of several species . of whales today these being the first . species of whale to have this way of . feeding number 24 the temne daunt asuras . the temne dantas oars is one of the true . marine dinosaurs the spy disappearance . that is very similar to that of the . dolphin this animal belongs to the. family of temne dantas or de that were . characterized by being very fast . predators in catching fast prey this . marine dinosaur measured up to 12 meters . in length which made it a true terror of . the waters all family species were. equally large he were a real danger . because they were born hunters number 23 . the hinata's this is the prehistoric . version of sea turtles the haina does . being 1 meter wide supposed to have a . large size in proportion to its . flattened shell it was larger than other . sea turtles at the time these being also . a predatory species it was a very good . hunter increasing fish and other smaller . animals had no scape to their powerful . jaws accompanied by strong muscles to . create pressure leaving no escape to . expect him number 22 . having only three meters in length their . novice or whose name means falls lizard . was a true predator of the waters had . sharp teeth and a great speed underwater . its mouth was made to close and not open . again literally thanks to its strong . muscles the novice or had the . characteristic that it was a species of . amphibian being these more skillful in . the water but that did not stop being a . threat for animals that were in the . borders or near the surface of the water . number 21 is kept the source also called . the unthinkable lizard these captive . sores was a marine dinosaur about two . meters long and despite his small . stature it was a dangerous predator it . was very common that they travel in . herds which made it very dangerous for . other animal it had a body made to swim . quickly just now full of pointed and . sharp teeth which made the escaped . asaurus another one of those fast he'll . need predators number 20 the . plesiosaurus in this place we have the . police who soars this great marine . dinosaur is one of the most famous it . was the true giants of the seas having . lengths recorded in its fossils up to 25 . metres long it had a body specially . designed for swimming be these wide with . large fins nowadays the plesiosaur is . very subject of myths and urban legends. like that of the loch ness monster . among other myths of marine monsters. number 19 the egg the asuras . this giant of the waters which we . stopped to 2030 meters in length belongs . to the order of fish lizards they were . choosy beasts with a hybrid aspect . between dolphin and fish their diet was . made up of small fish and despite their . size its extinction came from the hand. of the plesiosaur number 18 the . prehistoric stingray the manta ray as we . know it today has its ancestors in the. prehistoric era being similar to those . of today with the only difference of . having a huge size there are fossil . manta rays that can measure up to 8 . meters long and more than half a ton of . weight number 17 the archelon the . archelon is another ancestor of sea . turtles this despite being a little more . evolved as a monster of the waters since . it could reach almost 5 meters in . diameter were very particular for having . a heavy shell like those of the tour . choices but with the design specially. made for swimming without difficulty . number 16 the sarkis circus also called . the emperor crocodile were super crack . the sarkis circus is the ancestor of the . turncoat isles have an average length of . about 12 meters long it was a true . marine predator and also had a powerful . and hard skull she used it to defend . itself against predators number 15 . the sea scorpion the sea scorpion is a . species of trials which had a large size . and it reached up to 3 metres long . is one of the oldest species of . trilobite s' which despite not being in . predator opposed to threat to many other . smaller animals number 14 the sea fact . in us this gigantic fish originating . from the cretaceous period is the . ancestor of the current barracuda having . a great length of almost 4 metres long . it is a fish that was present in . different regions of the planet from the . north. to the caribbean and it was . characterized for eating fish smaller . than him and having powerful jaws number . 13 the lea success the lea success was a . gigantic fish of the middle jurassic. period it could reach up to 10 metres in . length however there are fossils of this . fish that came to measure up to 12 . meters long which made it a monster of . the seas despite its large size this . gigantic fish was more prey than a . predator being eaten by other animals of . the same size or larger than ends number . 12 the bacillus oars the bacillus oars . is another of those marine dinosaurs . characterised by its large size and . totally dangers appearance one could say . that it was the largest whale of its . time being. females particularly larger than the. males reaching up to 18 metres long . number 11 the matt see this animal was . an imposing marine serpent which we . stopped 220 metres long and weighed . about 2 tons it was a fully carnivorous . predator was a major danger to other . animals of the same size or smaller were . suffocated and swallowed like the . current boat number 10 . elasmosaurus the elasmosaurus is a . direct relative of the plesiosaurus . which reached up to 15 metres long its . neck was a little longer and had a good . set up sharp teeth which made it an . excellent predator of the depths its . body was made to swim quickly it had a . very good aerodynamics this being a . completly marine dinosaur was a great . danger to their preys that being near an . erasmus forest did not last long . alive number nine the thalassa madonn . it is of the same family as the police . or swords being its closest relative to . the previous elasmosaurus this came to . measure with everything and tail up to . 12 metres long being very similar to . others of its kind it was an excellent . swimmer and a predator . number 8 the titanoboa. the titanoboa is the prehistoric version. of the current boat being so big that it . surpassed the size of the current larger . anacondas this animal had an average . length of 14 meters and could weighed a . slightly more than a ton it was a great . predator who liked its current relative . suffocated its victims using its entire . body said that they were later devoured . completely number seven the dagger . swords this dinosaur was a great . predator of shoal waters where it moves . faster it could reach up to five meters . long its size with a sharp saw teeth . made the data source a very dangerous . predator where usually its preys had no . escape number six the fierce aurochs . the plio saurus was another of the great. marine predators of the jurassic era . reaching an average length of 15 meters . these great monsters had sharp teeth to . deal with the predators and their prey. the diet was made up of fish and hosts . other same size are smaller than them . number 5 the doubtless diaz its name . means dart bones because this giant fish . had a grayish color it was characterized . as dangerous and hostile predator being . 10 meters long and waking up to almost 4 . tons it was a predator of everything . that cost his path number 4 the . leviathan melville a the giant leviathan . melville a belongs to an extinct species . called toronto cedar it was very similar . to a sperm whale only it had the large . size of 17 metres long these being also . a dangerous and hostile predator that . had a terrifying appearance thanks to . his incredible set of teeth its teeth . could measure up to 30 metres in length . and its prey were marine animals of the. same size or small it was all predator . of deep waters were hunted furtively and . took its victims by surprise number 3 . the predator x . predator x is a name given to a . variation of the pliosaurs this close . relative of the pliosaurs was . characterized for being a more hostile . predator it was given this name for . possessing characteristics that made it. more dangerous and its other marine . relatives of prehistory . number two the corner swords the . connoisseurs are the largest relatives . of the plesiosaur species its name means . lesser corners and it's so because . cronus is the king of the greek titans . and this is the largest plesiosaur . species that existed reaching up to . measure 15 meters long their diet was . composed of other marine dinosaurs both . their size and smaller their teeth were . me to grind more than to cut like their. own it was a vast predator in deep . waters number one liopleurodon a number . one spot we have the loopy road on these . giants of the seas is a little smaller . than the kronosaurus however with its . ten meters long it was a real threat to . aquatic life there has been a hostile . and dangerous predator zero zone . the megalodon if you like to read about . for history surely you already knew to . whom this place belong and it is without . a doubt the largest shark in history was . supposed terror in the seas for a long . time and it was its absolute emperor . nothing more and nothing less than the . megalodon if megalodon wins the prize . for the largest and most dangerous sea . monster for history thanks to almost . reaching 20 meters long as if that were . not enough to this we add an anatomy . made to kill in every way great. underwater speed and not having any kind. of predator the megalodon was the terror . of all the animals that we named in this . table and many others that is why its . extinction is a matter of discussion . even today words believe that the . climatic changes were the ones that . definitely ended with his tight end of . the seas with this we conclude that top . 30 of the largest and most dangerous sea. monsters in prehistory if you liked this . video and want more videos like this . don't forget to like subscribe and share . it with your friends until next time . 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