5/15/2011 8:29 AM
The second of three major discoveries stemming from the original discovery is the “Zoria Repeat” discovery. The “Zoria Repeat” describes the structural format of the specialized teeth and facial spiking found on the Seazoria Dragon remains. Facial spikes, crown spikes, neck spikes, and two primary types of body spikes are found on the top half of the bodies. Seazoria teeth and body spikes are examples of very complex, triangular wedges (repeating biological structures) that have been individually created in distinctive right or left side configurations only. These examples can be both internally and externally compare to all forms of advanced prehistoric teeth, especially prehistoric Megladon shark teeth. Biological structures perform a specific function with regard to their exact location, as a component of an advanced, larger, Seazoria era marine creature—the Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragon!
Right, Front, Top Seazoria Dragon Fang Tooth 36 inches. Internal Growth Spines sub-structure repeat format. Zorria Repeat