Lariosaurus

Lariosaurus is an extinct genus of nothosaur from the Triassic period of northern Italy. With a length of just {convert|60|cm|ft}, it was one of the smallest known nothosaurs. It was named in 1847 by Curioni, its name meaning "Lizard (from Lake) Lario". The nothosaur Eupodosaurus, initially classified as a stegosaurian dinosaur, is now considere..
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Lariosaurus

Lariosaurus was a small nothosaur, a reptile with flipper-like limbs that lived both on land and in the water. It was about 0.75-2 feet (20-60cm) long. It had a shorter neck and stubbier toes than other Nothosaurs. This must have limited its swimming ability. It had a streamlined body and a long, pointed tail. The back legs had five webbed toes wit
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Lariosaurus

Lariosaurus A “Nothosaur” from Middle Triassic Spain. It was a reptile, not a dinosaur, with flipper-like limbs and it lived both on land and in water.
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