Hydrotherosaurus

Hydrotherosaurus (meaning `water beast lizard`) is an extinct genus of elasmosaurid plesiosaur from the Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian stage) of Fresno County, California, measuring up to 13 m in length. The species H. alexandrae was named for its discoverer, Annie Montague Alexander by Samuel Paul Welles. ...
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Hydrotherosaurus

Hydrotherosaurus A “fisher lizard” from Late Cretaceous North America. Its name comes from Greek hydrotheras, “fisherman”. It was found in the Maastrichtian Moreno Formation, Panoche Hills, Fresno County, California. Named by U. S. paleontologist Samuel Paul Welles in 1943.
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Hydrotherosaurus

Hydrotherosaurus meaning water beast lizard) was an elasmosaurid plesiosaur (not a dinosaur, but an extinct marine reptile from the late Cretaceous period (roughly 65 million years ago) that lived in the open oceans and breathed air). It had a long neck (with 60 vertebrae), a long snout, long, sharp teeth, a short, pointed tail, a streamlined body,...
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