Recently a thing has occured among monster sea creatures many call "the shrink ray." When a creature gets affected by this their size estimates drop, sometimes dramatically. Sadly this has happened to many of the Sea Monsters trilogy's beloved stars.
Take Liopleurodon. It goes to 90+feet and then shrinks by a lot to only 33-40 feet.
Tylosaurus has shrunk a bit too, with estimates of 50 feet down to 33-36 feet.
And even Leedsicthys, yes the superfish himself, has gone from a massive and cool 100 feet to...you guessed it, 33-40 feet, with absolute maximums at 50-60 feet.
Personally, I think this is all total garbage. But what do you think about it? Styracosaurus Rider 18:45, October 27, 2010 (UTC)