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Art illustration -  Aquatic animals - Doryaspis: was a fish with a shell on the armored head. He had a bone tip with small spines on the sides, like the sawfish. Had huge bony plates in the head protecting it from predators. On the sides had two "wings" bone with the leading edge sawing, and the animal's tail was covered with very hard scales.

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Doryaspis: was a fish with a shell on the armored head. He had a bone tip with small spines on the sides, like the sawfish. Had huge bony plates in the head protecting it from predators. On the sides had two "wings" bone with the leading edge sawing, and the animal's tail was covered with very hard scales.

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Campbellodus: is an extinct plethodontid placoderm fish that lived about 380 million years ago,Their fossil remains we found preserved in perfect three-dimensional shape of the Gogo Formation of Western Australia.

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Campbellodus: is an extinct plethodontid placoderm fish that lived about 380 million years ago,Their fossil remains we found preserved in perfect three-dimensional shape of the Gogo Formation of Western Australia.

Genus Pycnosteus Pycnosteus is an extinct genus of jawless fish from the Devonian period. these ancient aganathans probably cruised through the primal vegetation, eating any...

Pycnosteus is an extinct genus of jawless fish from the Devonian period. these ancient aganathans probably cruised through the primal vegetation, eating any small invertebrates it displaces.

An artist’s reconstruction of the 410-million-year-old armoured jawless fish Rhegmaspis xiphoidea. Image credit: Zhi-Kun Gai et al. / Dimitris Siskopoulos / Sci-News.com.

The 410 million year old jawless fish Rhegmaspis xiphoidea by Zhi-Kun Gai and Dimitris Siskopoulos

Entelognathus #1: In the Silurian seas of Yunnan by Gogosardina on deviantART

Life on Earth still favours evolution over creationism. Image of the Entelognathus armoured fish is the most primitive vertebrate to display an essentially modern complement of jaw and facial bones.

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Bananogmius or Pentanogmius: This fish of 2 accomplish meters with the role that now makes a sailfish at sea, but in the Cretaceous. He has appeared in the film "Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure" is the latest Cretaceous period when dinosaurs lived.

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Bananogmius or Pentanogmius: This fish of 2 accomplish meters with the role that now makes a sailfish at sea, but in the Cretaceous. He has appeared in the film "Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure" is the latest Cretaceous period when dinosaurs lived.

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Pteronisculus cicatrosus: (ray-finned fish)  is an extinct genus of prehistoric bony fish that lived during the Early Triassic epoch. This is a Lower Triassic (247 million year old) fossil fish from preserved inside of a concretion. Small fish with fusiform body, Small dorsal fin, located slightly behind the midpoint of the body, diagonally opposite the anal fin. Big eyes. Relatively long and broad pectoral fins. Comparatively small scales (around 55…

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Pteronisculus cicatrosus: (ray-finned fish) is an extinct genus of prehistoric bony fish that lived during the Early Triassic epoch. This is a Lower Triassic (247 million year old) fossil fish from preserved inside of a concretion. Small fish with fusiform body, Small dorsal fin, located slightly behind the midpoint of the body, diagonally opposite the anal fin. Big eyes. Relatively long and broad pectoral fins. Comparatively small scales (around 55…

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Falcatus: is an extinct genus of cartilaginous fish of the order symmoriida who lived in the Lower Carboniferous, 335-318 million years ago; their fossils have been found in Montana and Missouri. Measured between 25 and 30 cm in length.

Art illustration - Aquatic Animals - Falcatus: is an extinct genus of cartilaginous fish of the order symmoriida who lived in the Lower Carboniferous, 335-318 million years ago; their fossils have been found in Montana and Missouri. Measured between 25 and 30 cm in length.

Life reconstruction of Qilinyu along with Guiyu and Entelognathus in Silurian waters. Credit: Dinghua Yang  Early fossil fish from China shows where our jaws came from -- ScienceDaily

Early fossil fish from China shows where our jaws came from

Life reconstruction of Qilinyu along with Guiyu and Entelognathus in Silurian waters. Credit: Dinghua Yang Early fossil fish from China shows where our jaws came from -- ScienceDaily

Art illustration - Reptile - Araripemys: is an extinct genus of turtles 120 million years ago, Cretaceous in Brazil. It is a typical turtle neck Pleurodira long folding laterally for the head in the shell. has five fingers webbed feet that served to swim in the rivers and lakes masses in which he lived, but also enabled him to walk on land as most freshwater turtles. He had the unusually flat carapace and neck too long. possibly is fed on algae and small fish and invertebrates aquatic.

Art illustration - Reptile - Araripemys: is an extinct genus of turtles 120 million years ago, Cretaceous in Brazil. It is a typical turtle neck Pleurodira long folding laterally for the head in the shell. has five fingers webbed feet that served to swim in the rivers and lakes masses in which he lived, but also enabled him to walk on land as most freshwater turtles. He had the unusually flat carapace and neck too long. possibly is fed on algae and small fish and invertebrates aquatic.

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