Think of dolphins. Lots and lots of dolphins. (Well, Shastasaurus was more of a lizard, but it still looked a lot like a porpoise.) Imagine sitting on a beach sucking down a delicious pina colada, and when I mean sucking, I mean a brain-freeze level straw attack. And then you'll feel like a giant dolphin lizard, I guess.
This is a decaf tea | Steep at 212° for 5 minutes.
Found in Northern California, Shastasaurus pacificus was the largest marine reptile ever discovered. As opposed to other ichthyosaurs which had long, dolphin-like snouts, this creature had a short, toothless snout, indicating that it was a suction feeder, feeding on soft-bodied prey.
this blend is in a 'ship
Shastasaurus pacificus has hooked up with Basilosaurus cetoides.
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