Largest Mesozoic Marine Reptile

Largest Mesozoic Marine Reptile

Created by mapusaurus rex on Apr 21, 2012

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Monster of Aramberri

Pliosaurus macromerus

Liopleurodon

Mauisaurus

Shastasaurus

The Monster

The Weymouth Bay pliosaur

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mapusaurus rex

Pottstown, PA

#21 Apr 30, 2012
Giganotosaurus wrote:
Either Shonisaurus skienesis, a lio on super quadruple steroids, or an elasmosaurus.
no, mauisaurus was a elasmosauR but 66ft long...

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#22 Apr 30, 2012
mapusaurus rex wrote:
<quoted text>no, mauisaurus was a elasmosauR but 66ft long...
I have heard that name, but i have yet to see any evidence thats not sketchy at best.
Spinosaurus

Philippines

#23 May 30, 2012
Liopleurodon is the biggest creature in history LOL!!!

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Since: Aug 11

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#24 May 30, 2012
Spinosaurus wrote:
Liopleurodon is the biggest creature in history LOL!!!
Is this simply a joke or are you still believing in the stupid LioZILLA of Walking With Dinosaurs

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Since: Feb 12

Cheshire UK

#25 May 30, 2012
Spinosaurus wrote:
Liopleurodon is the biggest creature in history LOL!!!
Wrong, Blue Whale is.

Since: Mar 12

Poland

#26 Jun 1, 2012
Spinosaurus wrote:
Liopleurodon is the biggest creature in history LOL!!!
We have a another Liopleurodon fanboy :/
Surprisingly, Lio is one of the smallest in the poll, if not the smallest.
Average: 5-7 m
Largest: 10 m at most

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#27 Jun 1, 2012
Tyranna2 wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong, Blue Whale is.
Blue whale is stupid. Humpback, leviathan and basilo is where its at.

Since: Feb 11

Winnipeg, Canada

#28 Jun 1, 2012
Giganotosaurus wrote:
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Blue whale is stupid. Humpback, leviathan and basilo is where its at.
yeah but wasn't the question "largest animal"? Thats got to be blue whale.

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#29 Jun 1, 2012
Mattking rex wrote:
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yeah but wasn't the question "largest animal"? Thats got to be blue whale.
By weight, yes. But by length there are many Sauropods that were bigger.

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#30 Jun 1, 2012
Tyranna2 wrote:
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Wrong, Blue Whale is.
Amphicoelias Fragillimus is thought to be twice as long as the Blue Whale (60m) and in my opinion this overrights the fact that it weighs less than the Blue Whale. It should be called the largest animal ever.

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Winnipeg, Canada

#31 Jun 1, 2012
Paleoworld-101 wrote:
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Amphicoelias Fragillimus is thought to be twice as long as the Blue Whale (60m) and in my opinion this overrights the fact that it weighs less than the Blue Whale. It should be called the largest animal ever.
Technically, the largest should be in terms of weight becuase length is only one dimension. I snake is really long but isn't super heavy so you wouldn't call it larger then a great white shark for example.

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#32 Jun 1, 2012
Mattking rex wrote:
<quoted text>Technically, the largest should be in terms of weight becuase length is only one dimension. I snake is really long but isn't super heavy so you wouldn't call it larger then a great white shark for example.
To me it should be all combined. Weight shouldnt, as a pterosaur is obviously bigger than a sumo, but weight wise the sumo is heavier. See what i mean.

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#33 Jun 1, 2012
Mattking rex wrote:
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yeah but wasn't the question "largest animal"? Thats got to be blue whale.
Not really, the question was,'Largest, Mesozoic marine reptile'
But:
Spinosaurus wrote:
Liopleurodon is the biggest creature in history LOL!!!
And the answer is Blue Whale.
No other creature has yet been proved to be bigger, larger, heavier, longer, whatever.
They are all suppositions made from fragment bones and fossils.

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#34 Jun 1, 2012
Tyranna2 wrote:
<quoted text>Not really, the question was,'Largest, Mesozoic marine reptile'
But:
Spinosaurus wrote, "Liopleurodon is the biggest creature in history LOL!!!"

And the answer is Blue Whale.
No other creature has yet been proved to be bigger, larger, heavier, longer, whatever.
They are all suppositions made from fragment bones and fossils.
Techbiclly, wich i disagree with, bigger, larger and heavier is the same, and quite a few are longer.

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Winnipeg, Canada

#35 Jun 1, 2012
Tyranna2 wrote:
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Not really, the question was,'Largest, Mesozoic marine reptile'.
Then it is Shonisaurus or something like that. Apparently there is a fragment of one being bigger, however, it isn't 100% reliable.

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#36 Jun 1, 2012
Giganotosaurus wrote:
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Techbiclly, wich i disagree with, bigger, larger and heavier is the same, and quite a few are longer.
I said Whatever!
And only conjecture a few were longer.
Mattking rex wrote:
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Then it is Shonisaurus or something like that. Apparently there is a fragment of one being bigger, however, it isn't 100% reliable.
Thanks.

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