|Scrappy Cimolichthys verts in the outcrop|
|Mike evaluating a Xiphactinus skull|
Interesting thing about the Clidastes. The tail is chock-full of pathological vertebrae, from what looks to be an old infected bite wound. No clue yet as to whether the bite was from a shark or another mosasaur, however from all the intraspecific damage we see on other specimens, I wouldn't doubt it was the result of Clidastes-on-Clidastes violence.
|Ouch! Most certainly a grumpy mosasaur|