Deltasaurus

Deltasaurus is an extinct genus of Carnian temnospondyl amphibian of the Rhytidosteidae family. It is the most common animal fossil of the Blina Shale, a fossil deposit at the eastern end of the Erskine Range in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. A specimen has also been collected from the Knocklofty Sandstone deposit in Tasmania. One spec...
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Deltasaurus

(pronounced DEL-tah-SAWR-us) Deltasaurus meaning river delta lizard) was an early amphibian (NOT a dinosaur). This extinct quadrupedal carnivore had very good hearing in the air. Deltasaurus was named by Cosgriff in 1965. Fossils have been found in Australia . Classification: Order Temnospondyli, Superfamily Rhytidosteoidea, Family Rhytidosteidae. ...
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Deltasaurus

Deltasaurus A `river-delta lizard” that was an early amphibian, but not a dinosaur. It was named by Cosgriff in 1965. Fossils were found in Australia. Another artistic version of how a dinosaur may have appeared.
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