Cetiosaurus

Cetiosaurus (SEET-ee-oh-sawr-us) meaning `whale lizard`, from the Greek keteios/κήτειος meaning `sea monster` (later, `whale`) and sauros/σαυρος meaning `lizard`, is a herbivorous sauropod dinosaur from the Late Jurassic Period, living about 167 million years ago in what is now Europe. Cetiosaurus was in 1842 the first sauropo...
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Cetiosaurus

(from the article `dinosaur`) ...1837. Richard Owen identified two additional dinosaurs, albeit from fragmentary evidence: Cladeiodon, which was based on a single large tooth, and ...
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Cetiosaurus

Cetiosaurus A “whale (or sea monster) lizard” from Middle to Late Jurassic western Europe (England) and North Africa (Morocco). Named by British anatomist Sir Richard Owen in 1841.
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Cetiosaurus

Cetiosaurus was a dinosaur of the Jurassic period. The first remains of Cetiosaurus were discovered in 1870 near Oxford, England. An early and relatively primitive dinosaur, Cetiosaurus was a herbivore, had a large, heavy body and walked on four legs. It had a long neck and tail and was about 18 metres long. A thigh bone of Cetiosaurus found in Mor...
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