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meaning: "Forejaw tooth"
Named By: Dollo in 1889
Time Period: Late Cretaceous
Location: Fossil locations suggest a worldwide distribution, but especially well known from Europe and North America
Size: Depending upon the species, Prognathodon could range between 6 to possibly just under 14 meters in length
Diet: Carnivore
Fossil(s): Many specimens. Usually just skulls and skull material, more complete remains are known, especially two specimens from Canada. Stomach contents have also been found
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Squamata | Scleroglossa | Mosasauridae | Mosasaurinae |
Also known as: | Ancylocentrum hungerfordi | Oronosaurus |

Prognathodon ('forejaw tooth') is an extinct genus of mosasaur squamate reptile.

Read more about Prognathodon at Wikipedia
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