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  • BBC News. Retrieved June 27, 2014, from http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/seamonsters/factfiles/giantmosasaur.shtml?img1
  • Cicimurri, D. J., & Everhart, M. J. (2001). An elasmosaur with stomach contents and gastroliths from the Pierre Shale (Late Cretaceous) of Kansas.Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 104(3), 129-143.
  • Everhart, M. J. (2002). New data on cranial measurements and body length of the mosasaur, Tylosaurus nepaeolicus (Squamata; Mosasauridae), from the Niobrara Formation of western Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 105(1), 33-43.
  • Everhart, M. J. (2002). New data on cranial measurements and body length of the mosasaur, Tylosaurus nepaeolicus (Squamata; Mosasauridae), from the Niobrara Formation of western Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 105(1), 33-43.
  • Everhart, M. J. (2002). New data on cranial measurements and body length of the mosasaur, Tylosaurus nepaeolicus (Squamata; Mosasauridae), from the Niobrara Formation of western Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 105(1), 33-43.
  • Everhart, M. J. (2004) Plesiosaurs as the food of mosasaurs; new data on the stomach contents of a Tylosaurus proriger (Squamata; Mosasauridae) from the Niobrara Formation of western Kansas. The Mosasaur 7:41-46.
  • Everhart, M. J. (2004) Plesiosaurs as the food of mosasaurs; new data on the stomach contents of a Tylosaurus proriger (Squamata; Mosasauridae) from the Niobrara Formation of western Kansas. The Mosasaur 7:41-46.
  • Everhart, M. J. (2004) Plesiosaurs as the food of mosasaurs; new data on the stomach contents of a Tylosaurus proriger (Squamata; Mosasauridae) from the Niobrara Formation of western Kansas. The Mosasaur 7:41-46.
  • Kiernan, C. R. (2002). Stratigraphic distribution and habitat segregation of mosasaurs in the Upper Cretaceous of western and central Alabama, with an historical review of Alabama mosasaur discoveries. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22(1), 91-103.
  • King, S. D. (2009). The ability of mosasaurs to produce unique puncture marks on ammonite shells (Doctoral dissertation, Bowling Green State University).
  • Lindgren, J., Kaddumi, H. F., & Polcyn, M. J. (2013). Soft tissue preservation in a fossil marine lizard with a bilobed tail fin. Nature communications, 4.
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  • Massare, J. A. (1987). Tooth morphology and prey preference of Mesozoic marine reptiles. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 7(2), 121-137.
  • O’Keefe, F. R., & Chiappe, L. M. (2011). Viviparity and K-selected life history in a Mesozoic marine plesiosaur (Reptilia, Sauropterygia). Science, 333(6044), 870-873.
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