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The marine tetrapods (reptiles, birds and mammals) comprise about 465 species, including 59 species of reptiles, at least 297 species of birds and 109 species of marine mammals (compiled from sources listed below). This is approximately half the minimum number of living chondrichthyians. The 59 species of marine reptiles comprise only 1% of the approximately 5954 species of living reptiles (Duellman 1982). Modern sea-going reptiles are strikingly undiverse compared to Mesozoic marine reptiles and living terrestrial and freshwater reptiles.
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Alternative life-history styles of fishes by Michael N. Bruton (auth.), Michael N. Bruton (eds.)