Land and sea sauruses found together again in the Talkeetna Mountains, Alaska. The new discovery of a water-dwelling Mosasaur at least 10ft (3m) long, is not far from the previously discovered land dwelling Ankylosaur. The Anchorage Daily News reports the fossils were found by school teacher Bob Wilk near Eureka, Alaska.
Editorial Comment: This adds to the Hadrosaur found in the same region with shark bite marks on the bones and sharks teeth in nearby strata – all of which adds up to a flood large enough to drown and wash out to sea some huge land dwelling Dinosaurs and bury them quickly enough to prevent total decay.
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