CMNH 7054, Dunkleosteus terrelli 3D Model.
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CMNH 7054, Dunkleosteus terrelli (Newberry, 1873)
Age: Late Devonian (Famennian) Rock unit: Cleveland Shale Member, Ohio Formation
Locality: Cuyahoga Co., OH
Collectors: P. A. Bungart Date Collected: 23 Jun, 1938
358 million years ago, a shallow sea teeming with marine life covered Northeast Ohio. Dunkleosteus terrelli, the largest predator and one of the fiercest creatures alive in the Devonian “Age of Fishes,” ruled the waters. Up to 20 feet in length and weighing more than 1 ton, this fish was capable of chopping prehistoric sharks into chum! Dunkleosteus had a massive skull made of thick, bony plates, and 2 sets of fang-like protrusions near the front of powerful, self-sharpening jawbones.
On November 18, 2020, the Ohio General Assembly passed a bill declaring Dunkleosteus terrelli the state fossil fish.
Scanner: Artec Leo
Image by Hailey Majewski, CMNH
Printable: 1:6 - CMNH 7054, Dunkleosteus terrelli - 3D model by Cleveland Museum of Natural History (@CMNH) 3D Model is ready to download for free, this model contains 50000 polygons.