Paleooceans Extinct Fish and Creatures
Swim in the worlds of oceans past, of long extinct monsters, fishes, and creatures. Get clothing, gifts, and household items with extinct creatures known by fossil and tooth, and bring them to life in your imagination!

Liopleurodon sea monster

Liopleurodon sea monster
A Jurassic marine reptile, plesiosaur, dinosaur eating, ocean monster. Drawn from fossils.

Mosasaurus Pattern

Mosasaurus Pattern
Mosasaurus is a monster sized marine reptile from the Cretaceous, in a fun pattern. Drawn from fossils.

Mosasaurus

Mosasaurus
Mosasaurus is a monster sized marine reptile from the Cretaceous. Drawn from fossils.

Dunkleosteus pattern

Dunkleosteus pattern
A pattern of prehistoric Dunkleosteus armored monster ocean fish. Drawing.

School of Megalodon sharks

School of Megalodon sharks
A pattern of prehistoric Megalodon monster sharks. Drawing.

4 Extinct Sea Monsters

4 Extinct Sea Monsters
Four extinct sea monsters including Megalodon (Cenozoic), Duncleosteus (Devonian), Xiphanctinus (Cretaceous), Orthocone (Ordovician). Drawing.

Dunkleosteus

Dunkleosteus
Dunkleosteus are extinct monster sized armored predatory fish (placoderms) from the Devonian period. Drawn from fossils.

Xiphactinus audax fish

Xiphactinus audax fish
Xiphactinus audax were giant monster extinct fish of the Cretaceous, that swam in the oceans and preyed upon fish, sharks, and maybe dinosaurs. Drawing extrapolated from fossils.

Giant Orthocone

Giant Orthocone
Giant Orthocones (Endocerida) were ocean predator shelled mollusks (like Nautilus or squid, sea cephalopods) that lived during the Ordivician. Drawing from shell fossils and comparison to modern spec

Megalodon Giant Shark

Megalodon Giant Shark
Megalodon is a giant prehistoric shark that ate whales and is related to great white sharks.


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