Dunkleosteus, one of the most intimidating fish ever.  From the Devonian Era, known to all fish lovers as the Golden Age.  Note the teeny-tiny human figure swimming underneath.

Dunkleosteus, one of the most intimidating fish ever. From the Devonian Era, known to all fish lovers as the Golden Age. Note the teeny-tiny human figure swimming underneath.

Modelo móvil del placodermo artródiro Dunkleosteus.

Modelo móvil del placodermo artródiro Dunkleosteus.

Leedsichthys, along with a number of other animals we have talked about in our "Top Ten:  Extinct Sea Monsters:" Basilosaurus, Elasmosaurus, Dunkleosteus, Archelon, Megalodon, Tanystropheus, and, of course, Leedsichthys.  Hesperornis is also on there, as well.

Leedsichthys, along with a number of other animals we have talked about in our "Top Ten: Extinct Sea Monsters:" Basilosaurus, Elasmosaurus, Dunkleosteus, Archelon, Megalodon, Tanystropheus, and, of course, Leedsichthys. Hesperornis is also on there, as well.

Dunkleosteus (pez placodermo del Devónico, 380MA) (Victor Zubeldia)

Dunkleosteus (pez placodermo del Devónico, 380MA) (Victor Zubeldia)

#FossilFriday: Dunkleosteus is an extinct placoderm fish that lived some 380 to 360 million years ago, during the late Devonian.

#FossilFriday: Dunkleosteus is an extinct placoderm fish that lived some 380 to 360 million years ago, during the late Devonian.

Dunkleosteus is an extinct genus of arthrodire placoderm fish that existed during the Late Devonian period, about 360–380 million years ago. Some of the species, such as D. terrelli, D. marsaisi, and D. magnificus, are among the largest arthrodire placoderms ever to have lived. The largest species, D. terrelli, measuring up to 6 m (20 ft) long and 1 t (1.1 short tons) in weight,was a hypercarnivorous apex predator

Dunkleosteus is an extinct genus of arthrodire placoderm fish that existed during the Late Devonian period, about 360–380 million years ago. Some of the species, such as D. terrelli, D. marsaisi, and D. magnificus, are among the largest arthrodire placoderms ever to have lived. The largest species, D. terrelli, measuring up to 6 m (20 ft) long and 1 t (1.1 short tons) in weight,was a hypercarnivorous apex predator

Dunkleosteus

Dunkleosteus

dunkleosteus-nobori by sashark on DeviantArt

dunkleosteus-nobori by sashark on DeviantArt

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Dunkleosteus and Cladoselache by John Sibbick

Dunkleosteus and Cladoselache by John Sibbick

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