Temporal range: Tithonian
|Titanites giganteus – Jurassic from Dorset England, c. 147 Ma, at the Natural History Museum|
S.S. Buckman 1921
Species of the genus Titanites can reach large sizes, with a diameter of about 1.37 m for Titanites occidentalis. They were fast-moving nektonic carnivores.
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