Ceresiosaurus

Ceresiosaurus, meaning `Lizard of Ceresio` (Ceresio is the name of the Lake Lugano, in Switzerland), is an extinct genus of aquatic sauropterygian reptile belonging to the nothosaur order. Its fossils have been found in Europe, and was named by Bernhard Peyer in 1931. Ceresiosaurus lived during the Anisian stage of the middle Triassic. Olivier R.....
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Ceresiosaurus

(pronounced ser-REE-see-oh-SAWR-us) Ceresiosaurus was a nothosaur, a reptile with flipper-like limbs that lived both on land and in the water. It was about 13 feet (4 m) long. It had longer toes than the other Nothosaurus, and more bones in each of the toes (hyperphalangy). This made the limbs very flipper-like, and Ceresiosaurus must have been a v...
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Ceresiosaurus

Ceresiosaurus A “nothosaur”, a reptile with flipper-like limbs that lived both on land and in the water. It lived during the Middle Triassic period. Fossils have been found in Europe. It was not a dinosaur.
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