Cretoxyrhina (meaning "Creteceous jaws"), also known as the Ginsu shark, was a type of shark from the late Creteceous. At 7 metres, it was the largest shark in the Creteceous, and it would have competed with mosasaurs, bony fish, and other sharks to be the top predator in the Creteceous seas.
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