As a lamniform shark, Squalicorax probably would have resembled a modern Great White shark.it's a confirmed dinosaur eater, with evidence of this coming from a metatarsel (foot bone) of a hadrosaurid that has a Squalicorax tooth embedded in it. The general consensus is that the dinosaur had been swept out to sea and had its body scavenged by a wandering Squalicorax that may have picked up on its scent in the water. Anything that dines on a dinosaur is automatically moved into our "that's pretty cool" category
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