Oceans of Kansas Paleontology
Information about fossils from the ocean that covered the Midwestern U.S. during the Age of Dinosaurs, including information about mosasaurs, pleisiosaurs, and pteranodons.
Article about mosasaurs, the serpentine marine reptiles that were the dominant marine predators during last 25 million years of the Cretaceous Period.
Monsters of the Ancient Sea
National Geographic interactive feature examining the prehistoric predators whose size and might spun legends that live on today.
Australian Mesozoic Marine Reptiles
Profiles of the marine reptiles that lived with in the vast but shallow inland sea that covered most of Australia through the Cretaceous period.
Virtual collection of mosasaur specimens from Kansas and elsewhere written and illustrated by Mike Everhart.
A Cruel Sea - When Reptiles Ruled the Waves
Dr. Jo Wright describes life in Jurassic seas for this BBC's segment of the Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs.
Big Brook Reptile Page
Displays the fossils of the mosasaur, plesiosaur, and ancient sea turtles found at Big Brook, New Jersey.
Paleontology Portal: Extinct Marine Reptiles
See some fossil samples of the reptiles that returned to the water at different times in the Late Paleozoic and Mesozoic.
History of Life: Modernization of Life and Sea
Learn about the Mesozoic ocean ecosystems and the marine reptiles that dominated them -- turtles, crocodiles, ichthyosaurs, plesiosaurs, and mosasaurs.
The Eromanga Sea - OZ Fossils: The Age of Reptiles
Learn about the Pliosaurs and Plesiosaurs, Ichthyosaurs, Ammonites, and Beleminites that lived in the shallow sea that covered inland Australia ten million years ago.