Tuarangisaurus

Tuarangisaurus (meaning in Maori tuarangi `ancient` + Gr. sauros `lizard`) is an extinct genus of elasmosaurid known from New Zealand. Tuarangisaurus is known from the holotype NZGS CD425, a nearly complete skull and mandible and from NZGS CD426, nine anterior-most cervical vertebrae. Some postcranial remains of juveniles were also attributed ...
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Tuarangisaurus

Tuarangisaurus “Maori-tuarangi lizard” or “ancient lizard” from Late Cretaceous New Zealand. This fossil was named in reference to a large elasmosaur found in New Zealand (North Island, Manghousnga Stream), home of the Maori people. The Maori tuarangi, means “ancient”. Named by Joan Wiffen and Moisley in 1986.
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