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The Stalker Thalassomedon was a sea monster with a very long neck. It also had a special means of catching fish: it carried stones in its stomach! These helped keep the largest portion of its body down in the dark water while the long neck slowly rose up toward the fish. The fish had no defense against Thalassomedon―they didn't see the huge animal until it was too late!

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獲物を狙うモノ クビナガリュウはとても長い首をもつ海の化け物でした。この生物は魚を捕捉するための特別な方法を持っていました。胃の中に石を貯めていたのです。これによってこの生物の身体の大部分を暗い水の中に隠したまま、長い首をゆっくり下から魚に向かっていくことができました。魚はクビナガリュウに抵抗することができなかったのです。-魚がその巨大な動物に気付いたときはもう手遅れだったのです。

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