Friday, April 01, 2011

GeoJeopardy! Fridays #40

Time for GeoJeopardy! Fridays, because why not?
- Prehistoric Critters -

As the "avis" suggests, Argentavis' distinction was being able to do this, even at over 250 pounds


The best guess on the purpose of spinosarus' sail was that by turning it the beast could regulate this


The sharklike acanthodians were the first vertebrates with these; earlier ones had vacuum-cleaner mouths


Fossils in Niger indicate the "super" type of this animal was the size of a bus; it often drowned its prey


If Horton climbed his family tree, he'd go from elephant to stegodon to stegolophodon to this


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