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When Monsters Ruled the Deep(2)

 Sea monsters once ruled the ocean in a terrifying fashion. Scientists have uncovered traces of these ancient creatures and have created virtual representations of how they might have appeared. National Geographic provides various interactive features here as well as size
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 Sea monsters once ruled the ocean in a terrifying fashion. Scientists have uncovered traces of these ancient creatures and have created virtual representations of how they might have appeared. National Geographic provides various interactive features here as well as size comparisons to modern humans.

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