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Swimming in dangerous waters

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A Aegyptosaurus bahariyensis paddles through a tidal channel. A dangerous action for such an animal.
With "just" 18m in length without a herd and in an habitat with so many large predators this Aegyptosaurus takes great risks by crossing this stream.

Below its feet some ammonites swimm over the sea floor. This is just a generic ammonite, but don't worry invertebrate lovers there will be more, more specific stuff.
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EliTheDinoGuyStudent General Artist
Gotta look out for those ammonites! Dangerous fellas, they'll get ya!
Just jokes, looks very nice!
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XD
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Thanks =D
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EliTheDinoGuyStudent General Artist
Of course :)
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I always loved the concept of prehistoric oceans.
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=)
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*Sauropod sees huge sarcosuchus in the water...*

*Goes in anway*
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Spinosaurus would be more accurate in this scenario.
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DERPY DERP DERP 
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Well, Sarcosuchus isn't known from Bahariya so far which make it for me questionable if these species ever met each other.
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It wasn't there because it was already extinct.
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That possible too :nod:
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I think Spinosaurus may have filled that role nicely.... (insert comment on niche competition and an archosaur driving another to extinction...)
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What sort of other animals were there large enough to kill a sauropaud dinosaur such as Aegyptosaurus? Where there mosasaurs in that area too?
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None really. Only the animals listed there have a chance.

No mosasaurs are known, but they probably were there.
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POLANDPACTStudent Writer
Why is that? 
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I see you've started to put the creatures of this formation in their habitats now.

I like it ^-^
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Well, not all, and mostly underwater, but yes, I thought that would be a good training ^^
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:bow:
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This new style you're using is really great! Can't wait for more :)
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Thank you, hope you like it ^^
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:iconsupergeilplz:
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Oh, der Lichtenstein, hier noch mit Bart!
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