Prehistoric armored fishes

Prehistoric armored fishes

Extinct species of fish which had thick ´armor´ protecting the head.

Biology

Keywords

prehistoric fishes, prehistoric creature, fossil, extinct, Devonian period, Dunkleosteus, Coccosteus, armor, scale armor, placodermi, animal, fish, vertebrates, apex predator, carnivorous, predator, biology

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