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The Oceans of Kansas

Thank heaven this is a cool site (for sea monster mavens) because the name is so cool I would have to post it no matter what, even if the site was dumb. Which it isn't.

Oceans of Kansas, it's called. I've been saying the name over and over all day. Go there to see all sorts of stuff about all the Sea Monsters of the Great Plains. I especially like the notion of Kansas Sharks.

"What's the matter with Kansas?"

You can even read some Paleo-fiction: "A Day in the Life of a Mosasaur" and "A Moment in Time".

Leave yer Conestoga Wagon ta home, there, pardner. Pack yer Evinrude instead.


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I'm looking for direction in finding a picture of a Tycosaurine (I think this is the correct spelling). I'm told by someone at the SDSofM+T that I have found (near Chamberlain, SD) a portion of a jaw belonging to one. Help, por favor.



Gee, I'm not an expert on any of this, so I dunno. Maybe what you should do is contact the guy who owns the "Oceans of Kansas" site I linked to above. If you go here, you will see a link to his email address ("Mike Everhart") on the right hand side of the page.

Good luck! Let me know if you find the pic you are looking for.

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