Kronosaurus

Kronosaurus (s {respell|KRON|o|SAWR|əs}; meaning `lizard of Kronos`) is an extinct genus of short-necked pliosaur. It was among the largest pliosaurs, and is named after the leader of the Greek Titans, Cronus. It lived in the Early Cretaceous Period (Aptian-Albian). ==Discovery and species== In 1899, Andrew Crombie of Hughenden discovered a `s......
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Kronosaurus

(from the article `plesiosaur`) ...in which the head remained relatively small and the neck assumed snakelike proportions and became very flexible. The late evolution of plesiosaurs ...
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Kronosaurus

(pronounced KRONE-oh-SAWR-us) Kronosaurus was a plesiosaur 30 feet (9 m) long with a short neck and huge head and jaws. The head was up to 9 feet (2.7 m) long, about 1/4 of the entire length of the body. It had rounded teeth at the back of the jaws to crush shells and cephalopods . It lived in the seas that covered parts of Australia during the ear...
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Kronosaurus

Kronosaurus A “Kronos lizard” from Early Cretaceous Australia and South America. Named for Kronos, a mythical giant Titan who ruled the universe before his son Zeus overthrew him. The name Kronosaurus queenslandicus was originally proposed by J. Heber Longman in 1924 for poorly preserved but very large lower jaw fragments found near Hughe...
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