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Kronosaurus and Other Sea Creatures (Schomp, Virginia. Prehistoric World.)

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Published by Benchmark Books (NY) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine animals, Fossil,
  • Dinosaurs,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Nonfiction,
  • Children: Grades 2-3,
  • Animals - Dinosaurs & Prehistoric Creatures,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Kronosaurus

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary binding
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8016289M
    ISBN 100761415432
    ISBN 109780761415435
    OCLC/WorldCa51770148

    Kronosaurus (/ ˌ k r ɒ n oʊ ˈ s ɔː r ə s / KRON-o-SAWR-əs; meaning "lizard of Kronos") is an extinct genus of short-necked an estimated length of 9 to meters (30 to 36 ft), it was among the largest pliosaurs, and is named after the leader of the Greek Titans, lived in the Early Cretaceous period (Aptian to Late Albian). Fossil material has been . The Kronosaurus had long snout, was evinced by its long jaw bones. The phalanges, as well as the bones of the manus and hock were elongated, indicating that they were modified to form flippers. The fossils discovered in Columbia are the better preserved than any other Kronosaurus fossils found till today. Classification.

      The majority of the book is just a list of sea creatures that camouflage in various ways. But for the most part, as far as I know, this is pretty accurate. Octopi and cuttlefish actually do change their color in the way that chameleons are thought to do in popular culture, and then Pretty average, mostly accurate/5(12).   Although they weren't technically dinosaurs, the marine reptiles known as mosasaurs hold a unique place in paleontological history: it was the discovery of a specimen of Mosasaurus in , in a Dutch quarry, that galvanized scientists into the realization that species could become extinct (and that the earth used to be populated by some very strange creatures .

    The book continues the adventure of Jonas Taylor, a paleobiologist studying the megalodon, who now discovers another prehistoric monster, the Kronosaurus, also thought to have been extinct. A sequel titled Meg: Primal Waters was released in   Earlier this year I had the opportunity to work on a new book called Monster Sharks: Megalodon and Other Giant Prehistoric Predators of the Deep and got to paint a bunch of fun prehistoric sea critters. I'm starting by posting probably my personal favorite illustration of the bunch, the urs are an interesting challenge to draw because you .


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Kronosaurus and Other Sea Creatures (Schomp, Virginia. Prehistoric World.) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The pop-ups of all 3 PREHISTORICA ENCYCLOPEDIA books including SHARKS AND OTHER SEA MONSTERS are painted in a streamlined style that reminds me of FANTASIA'S dinosaurs and pleiosaurs. The first 2 page spread has a mini pop-up underneath a prehistoric lobster, that depicts early amphibians, fish and insects in the Paleozoic era before Cited by: 1.

Kronosaurus and other sea creatures. [Virginia Schomp] -- Presents information on ocean creatures, their body characteristics and their history, including a reptile family tree. Book: All Authors Kronosaurus and Other Sea Creatures book Contributors: Virginia Schomp. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Kronosaurus lived during the early Cretaceous Period and was one of the largest genus of pliosaur, reaching about 9–10 meters in total body length.

Kronosaurus was probably one of the top under-sea predators of its time. Its diet consisted predominantly of fish and other under sea creatures, including marine dinosaurs and other marine reptiles. Kronosaurus and Other Sea Creatures Book by Virginia Schomp; Wiki Authority Control Authority control is a method of creating and maintaining index terms for bibliographical material in a library catalogue.

The links produced by the authority control template on Wikipedia go to authority control data in worldwide library catalogues. The book begins with an overview of the three eras the animals lived in before focusing on various types: Megalodon and other prehistoric sharks, Dunkleosteus and other placoderms, Temnodontosaurus and other ichthyosaurs, Elasmosaurus and other plesiosaurs, Kronosaurus and other pliosaurs, Tylosaurus and other mosasaurs, Livyatan and other /5(13).

This diagram shows the size of two species of Kronosaurus next to an average size human. Wikimedia Commons. The type fossil of Kronosaurus, K. queenslandicus, was discovered in northeastern Australia in but only officially named in Three-quarters of a century later, a farmer turned up another, more complete specimen (later named K.

Based on evidence from other plesiosaurs, Kronosaurus would have given birth to live young underwater. Baby Kronosaurus would have been birthed headfirst to prevent drowning before swimming to the surface to breath. Similar to modern whales, Kronosaurus was adapted for life at sea and would be immobilised underneath its own weight if stranded.

Kronosaurus. Wikimedia Commons. Named after Cronus--the ancient Greek god who tried to eat his own children--Kronosaurus may have been the most fearsome pliosaur that everat 33 feet long and seven tons, it didn't approach the bulk of its close relative Liopleurodon (see next slide), but it was more sleekly built and possibly faster as well.

When a creature dwells in the sea it needs perfectly connected scales or some sort of covering to make sure the water doesn’t get into their flesh. From what we know of sea creatures we see today we can safely assume that Kronosaurus had this same system; finely-connected scales.

Look what God said about Leviathan in Job   Kronosaurus (Prehistoric Beasts) Library Binding – September 1, by Marc Zabludoff (Author)Reviews: 1. Just to put this book in context the protagonists have only one encounter with any form of sea creature in the ocean only in the beginning of the book.

There are other pliosaurs in captivity they interact with but none of the captive creatures escape or eat or kill anyone and - spoiler alert - they have no interaction whatsoever with the kraken Reviews:   As ridiculous and explosive as that first book had been, The Trench really set the tone for what the Meg franchise would become by adding more prehistoric deep-sea creatures to the mix; in this.

LOVED THIS BOOK. Such a fun read. Large, beautiful pup-ups on each page, along with smaller flaps to open. This book has great information about extinct dinosauric sea creatures, as well as some that are still around today/5(23).

Practical Facts Sharks and Other Sea Creatures introduces children to life under the waves through fun, educational activities. Meet cool clownfish, delightful dolphins, snappy sharks and all their other marine life friends in this fact-filled pre-school activity book.

This is independent evidence for the Whale-eater theory after sightings in the last several years. The Traditional name actually is "Whale Eater" after translated, in many regions. Like other pliosaurs, Kronosaurus was a marine reptile.

It had an elongated head, a short neck, a stiff body propelled by four flippers, and a relatively short tail. The posterior flippers were larger than the. Kronosaurus and Other Sea Creatures (Book): Schomp, Virginia. Ken Ham, in his book The Answers Book, states that it may have been something like Kronosaurus or Liopleurodon (Page ).

The Institute for Creation Research calls Leviathan a dragon, and equates it to other passages in Isaiah and Revelation. Fantasy Creatures Sea Creatures Prehistoric Creatures Prehistory Science And Nature Fossils Mammals Septiplier Dinosaurs Whale Killer by TrollMans on DeviantArt Along the westernmost corner of the Tethys Sea, a pregnant Basilosaurus struggles to expel her unusually large pup, which is tearing the birth canal and.

The Kronosaurus was a highly maneuverable swimmer, that existed in Australia. Kronosaurus was among the most powerful and ferocious predators of the sea; it was an effective predator on many other marine reptiles, turtles, large fish, ammonites. Inhabitants of the sea is a marine life early non-fiction book, suitable for kindergarten and early grades.

This short book describes popular sea creatures such as sea horses, octopus, clown fish, dolphins, manta ray, star fish, and sea turtles. This is another great creative commons book from the Pratham Storyweaver community Sample text. After seeing the DVD Chased by Sea Monsters, my son was all about the sea creatures from the dinosaur age.

There aren't too many of these creatures available in toy form and Kronosaurus fit the bill perfectly. He's made of the usual hard plastic and stands up to play.

He's also pretty large and comes to almost a foot s: Kronosaurus queenslandicus. Body length: 10m+ Fossils: Hughenden, Richmond and Boulia, QLD. Rough age range: mya. With a m skull in the largest adults, this menacing pliosaur was probably one of the top carnivores of the Eromanga Sea.

It may have been an ambush predator, lying in wait before attacking from below.books voters list created July 25th, by Eric Blood. Tags: horror, monster, monsters, ocean, sea, sea-creatures, water 82 likes Like.