STL Science Center

STL Science Center

20 November 2016

Facts and Swimming Mountains

A full size Shastasaurus would be a sight to behold in today's waters. Appearing very piscine (fish-like if you prefer) with its vertically oriented tail but entirely lacking dorsal and anal fins. Approximately the size of a modern blue whale, this marine reptile has managed to capture a fascinated, though small, audience in its considerable wake. The fact that a lot of people know about this animal make it somewhat popular online. This popularity leads to more than a few websites hosting facts about the giant marine reptile such as About, a new-to-us site called Dinosaur Facts, and Prehistoric Wildlife. I plan to save the tribute videos for tomorrow, and there are quite a few of them to share, which means tomorrow will have a lot of images and videos.

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