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STUDIES - Fossils around the world
Vertebrate - Marine Reptile
Marine reptiles are reptiles which have become secondarily adapted for an aquatic or semi-aquatic life in a marine environment. They belong to several different lineages.
Mosasaurus baugei (Squamate reptile)

Age: Maestrichtian 70 millions years
Location: Sidi Daoui Marocco
Length: 900 x 170 cm2
(Casts available)

Mosasaurs are marine reptiles that lived across the world at the end of the Cretaceous period. Their body is long, snake-like, provided of four limbs transformed in paddles. They were among the largest predators of their time (the longest mosasaur could be measured 15-20 meters).



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