Megalodon (German Wikipedia)

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  • 46. Olivier Lambert, Giovanni Bianucci, Klaas Post, Christian de Muizon, Rodolfo Salas-Gismondi, Mario Urbina, Jelle Reumer: The giant bite of a new raptorial sperm whale from the Miocene epoch of Peru. In: Nature. Band 466, S. 105–108, 1. Juli 2010. (PDF; 527 kB).

  • 2. Catalina Pimiento, Christopher F. Clements: When Did Carcharocles megalodon Become Extinct? A New Analysis of the Fossil Record. In: PLOS ONE. Band 9, Nr. 10, 22. Oktober 2014, S. e111086, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0111086.
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  • 9. David Herskowitz, Peter Wiggins: Huge Shark Jaw. In: Natural History. Heritage Auctions. 21. Dezember 2010. (PDF; 610 kB).

  • 38. Bretton W. Kent, George W. Powell, Jr.: Reconstructed dentition of the rare lamnoid shark Parotodus benedeni (le Hon) from the Yorktown Formation (Early Pliocene) at Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina. In: The Mosasaur. Band 6, 1999, S. 3 ( [PDF]).
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