Be glad you aren't swimming in these seas!
Carcharocles megalodon, aka Megaladon, The Meg, and Meg, is the largest predatory shark ever. IT. ATE. WHALES!
Meanwhile, 65 million years ago, in the Cretaceous Seas of modern-day Kansas existed 3 of the largest aquatic predators ever known.
Tylosaurus, a 50' long marine reptile with 6 rows of teeth!
Cretoxyrhina, nicknamed the Ginsu Shark because of its ferocious teeth, was larger than today's Great White!
Xiphactinus, a 20' bony predatory fish known as the Bulldog Fish for its toothy maw.
The Ultimate Marine Marauders Crate comes with amazing museum-quality, hand-painted casts of four of the largest carnivores to ever swim the seas!
The Ultimate Marine Marauders Crate includes:
- Cast of a nearly 6" tooth from a Megalodon
- Cast of a recurved tooth from a 50' long Tylosaurus
- Cast of a "slice and dice" tooth from Cretoxyrhina
- Cast of a 3" long tooth from Xiphactinus
- Exclusive paleoart perfect for framing and display
- Up-to-date, fascinating facts on these magnificent creatures from actual paleontologists
- Free Shipping on Wooden and Standard crates
- Unique unboxing experience
Each hand-painted cast was made i the U.S. from molds from the original fossils.
Choose to have your specimens shipped in the Standard or Wooden Crate!