Odobenocetops was a small whale that lived about 2 million yesrs
ago during the Pliocene. It had two tusks (its name means "walrus-faced whale"),
and in some fossils,
one tusk was longer than the other.
Odobenocetops was about 7 feet (2.1 meters long), and
had a very flexible neck, allowing it to turn its neck
up to 90°. It is believed to have been a bottom-feeder,
and may have used its tusk(s) to help search out food.
It is thought that Odobenocetops may have been among the prey
of the prehistoric giant shark,
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