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A Prehistoric Dolphin (also known as Ichthyosaurus) looked like the pictures shown below:

http://www.healthstones.com/dinosaurdata/i/ichthyosaurus/ichthyosaurus.jpg

http://www005.upp.so-net.ne.jp/JurassicGallery/Ichthyosaurs.jpg

http://csotonyi.com/Ichthyosaurus.jpg

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Nobody knows. Remember, the only thing we found was bones, not skin. Who knows, they could've been pink!

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Prehistoric turtles probably looked much like like turtles do today.

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