Nothosaurus

Nothosaurus (meaning false reptile) is an extinct genus of sauropterygian reptile from the Triassic period, approximately 240-210 million years ago, with fossils being distributed from North Africa and Europe to China. It is the best known member of the nothosaur order. A complete skeleton of the species Nothosaurus raabi can be seen in the Natura...
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Nothosaurus

(pronounced NOTH-oh-SAWR-us) Nothosaurus was a nothosaur, a reptile with flipper-like limbs that lived both on land and in the water (like a modern-day seal). It was about 10 feet (3 m) long and had a long, thin, pointed tail with a fin on its upper portion. This tail must have been used for swimming. It had five long, webbed toes. The forelimbs we...
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Nothosaurus

marine reptiles found as fossils from the Triassic Period (248 million to 206 million years ago) in southwestern and eastern Asia, North Africa, and ...
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