Xiphactinus cruised the Western Interior Seaway at speeds of up to 37 mph. He gobbled down whole unsuspecting fish, seabirds and other marine life, sometimes with fatal results.
The Intrepid Trilobite
The Paleozoic Era took place long before the great dinosaurs. Animal and plant life flourished and the mighty trilobite ruled the sea.
The Game of Life
Like a contestant on American Idol, you must stand before a panel of forty-two judgey gods and perform.
Beware the B. Rex
It feasts on the flesh (and bones!) of fish, frogs, turtles, snakes, baby crocodiles and even other birds, by snatching and crushing them with its powerful beak.