Peloneustes

Peloneustes was a plesiosaur 10 feet (3 m) long with a big head, streamlined body, long head, and relatively few, not very sharp teeth. Fossilized stomach containing suckers from cephalopods (e.g., squids) have been found. From England and eastern Europe during the late Jurassic period . It was not a dinosaur, but another type of extinct reptile.
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Peloneustes

Peloneustes (meaning `mud swimmer`) is an extinct genus of sauropterygian reptile belonging to the family Pliosauridae. It is known from the Callovian aged (Middle Jurassic) deposits of the Oxford clay formation of England. With a length of around {convert|3|m|ft}, it was one of the smallest representatives of the group. Like its larger relative.....
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