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Fossil Reptile - Keichousaurus hui - Triassic - China - Family PachypluerosauridaeFossil Reptile - Keichousaurus hui - Triassic - China - Family PachypluerosauridaeFossil Reptile - Keichousaurus hui - Triassic - China - Family Pachypluerosauridae© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Pliosaurus irgisensis attacking a shark.Pliosaurus irgisensis attacking a shark.Pliosaurus irgisensis attacking a shark.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Pliosaurus irgisensis attacking a shark.

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A pair of 40-foot-long Elasmosaurus engage in a swimming courtship dance in a secluded pool 80 million years ago in what is today North America. The gull-like birds are Ichthyornis, the Cretaceous ecological equivalent of modern seabirds such as gulls, petrels, and skimmers. . At over two tons, Elasmosaurus was an air-breathing carnivorous reptile with flippers for limbs and a relatively small head with sharp teeth. More than half of its length was neck which had more than 70 vertebrae, more than any other animal.A pair of 40-foot-long Elasmosaurus engage in a swimming courtship dance in a secluded pool 80 million years ago in what is today North America. The gull-like birds are Ichthyornis, the Cretaceous ecological equivalent of modern seabirds such as gulls, petrels, and skimmers. . At over two tons, Elasmosaurus was an air-breathing carnivorous reptile with flippers for limbs and a relatively small head with sharp teeth. More than half of its length was neck which had more than 70 vertebrae, more than any other animal.A pair of 40-foot-long Elasmosaurus engage in a swimming courtship dance in a secluded pool 80 million years ago in what is today North America. The gull-like birds are Ichthyornis, the Cretaceous ecological equivalent of modern seabirds such as gulls, petrels, and skimmers. . At over two tons, Elasmosaurus was an air-breathing carnivorous reptile with flippers for limbs and a relatively small head with sharp teeth. More than half of its length was neck which had more than 70 vertebrae, more than any other animal.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A pair of 40-foot-long Elasmosaurus engage in a swimming

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Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Elasmosaurus platyurus, a prehistoric dinosaur from the Cretaceous period.Elasmosaurus platyurus, a prehistoric dinosaur from the Cretaceous period.Elasmosaurus platyurus, a prehistoric dinosaur from the Cretaceous period.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Elasmosaurus platyurus, a prehistoric dinosaur from the

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Elasmosaurus platyurus, a prehistoric dinosaur from the Cretaceous period.Elasmosaurus platyurus, a prehistoric dinosaur from the Cretaceous period.Elasmosaurus platyurus, a prehistoric dinosaur from the Cretaceous period.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Elasmosaurus platyurus, a prehistoric dinosaur from the

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Yunguisaurus liae, Sauropterygian, Late Triassic of China.Yunguisaurus liae, Sauropterygian, Late Triassic of China.Yunguisaurus liae, Sauropterygian, Late Triassic of China.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Yunguisaurus liae, Sauropterygian, Late Triassic of China.

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Henodus chelyops, Placodontia, Late Triassic of Germany.Henodus chelyops, Placodontia, Late Triassic of Germany.Henodus chelyops, Placodontia, Late Triassic of Germany.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Henodus chelyops, Placodontia, Late Triassic of Germany.

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Henodus chelyops, Placodontia, Late Triassic of GermanyHenodus chelyops, Placodontia, Late Triassic of GermanyHenodus chelyops, Placodontia, Late Triassic of Germany© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Henodus chelyops, Placodontia, Late Triassic of Germany

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Atopodentatus unicus, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of ChinaAtopodentatus unicus, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of ChinaAtopodentatus unicus, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of China© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Atopodentatus unicus, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of China

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Atopodentatus unicus, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of China.Atopodentatus unicus, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of China.Atopodentatus unicus, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of China.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Atopodentatus unicus, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of China.

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Zarafasaura oceanis, Sauropterygia, Late Cretaceous of Morocco.Zarafasaura oceanis, Sauropterygia, Late Cretaceous of Morocco.Zarafasaura oceanis, Sauropterygia, Late Cretaceous of Morocco.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Zarafasaura oceanis, Sauropterygia, Late Cretaceous of Morocco.

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Wumengosaurus delicatomandibularis, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of China.Wumengosaurus delicatomandibularis, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of China.Wumengosaurus delicatomandibularis, Sauropterygia, Middle Triassic of China.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Wumengosaurus delicatomandibularis, Sauropterygia, Middle

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Keichousaurus hui, Sauropterygia, Late Triassic of China.Keichousaurus hui, Sauropterygia, Late Triassic of China.Keichousaurus hui, Sauropterygia, Late Triassic of China.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Keichousaurus hui, Sauropterygia, Late Triassic of China.

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Keichousaurus hui, Sauropterygia, Late Triassic of China.Keichousaurus hui, Sauropterygia, Late Triassic of China.Keichousaurus hui, Sauropterygia, Late Triassic of China.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Keichousaurus hui, Sauropterygia, Late Triassic of China.

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Simolestes vorax is an extinct pliosaur from the Middle Jurassic of England.Simolestes vorax is an extinct pliosaur from the Middle Jurassic of England.Simolestes vorax is an extinct pliosaur from the Middle Jurassic of England.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Simolestes vorax is an extinct pliosaur from the Middle Jurassic

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Cryptoclidus eurymerus is an extinct plesiosaur from the Late Jurassic of England.Cryptoclidus eurymerus is an extinct plesiosaur from the Late Jurassic of England.Cryptoclidus eurymerus is an extinct plesiosaur from the Late Jurassic of England.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cryptoclidus eurymerus is an extinct plesiosaur from the Late

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Kaiwhekea plesiosaur feeding on a pair of squid-like cephalopods.
Kaiwhekea plesiosaur feeding on a pair of squid-like cephalopods. Kaiwhekea plesiosaur feeding on a pair of squid-like cephalopods. © Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Aristonectes plesiosaur attempts to make a meal of a squid-like cephalopod during the Late Cretaceous period.Aristonectes plesiosaur attempts to make a meal of a squid-like cephalopod during the Late Cretaceous period.Aristonectes plesiosaur attempts to make a meal of a squid-like cephalopod during the Late Cretaceous period.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Aristonectes plesiosaur attempts to make a meal of a squid-like

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Pliosaurus kevani, Late Jurassic of England, United Kingdom.Pliosaurus kevani, Late Jurassic of England, United Kingdom.Pliosaurus kevani, Late Jurassic of England, United Kingdom.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Pliosaurus kevani, Late Jurassic of England, United Kingdom.

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Pliosaurus kevani, Late Jurassic of England, United Kingdom.Pliosaurus kevani, Late Jurassic of England, United Kingdom.Pliosaurus kevani, Late Jurassic of England, United Kingdom.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Pliosaurus kevani, Late Jurassic of England, United Kingdom.

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Corosaurus alcovensis, Early Triassic of Wyoming, USA.Corosaurus alcovensis, Early Triassic of Wyoming, USA.Corosaurus alcovensis, Early Triassic of Wyoming, USA.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Corosaurus alcovensis, Early Triassic of Wyoming, USA.

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Vectocleidus pastorum, Early Cretaceous of England.Vectocleidus pastorum, Early Cretaceous of England.Vectocleidus pastorum, Early Cretaceous of England.© Nobumichi Tamura / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Vectocleidus pastorum, Early Cretaceous of England.

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Two Elasmosaurus aquatic reptiles fishing under the Late Cretaceous sea.Two Elasmosaurus aquatic reptiles fishing under the Late Cretaceous sea.Two Elasmosaurus aquatic reptiles fishing under the Late Cretaceous sea.© Mohamad Haghani / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Two Elasmosaurus aquatic reptiles fishing under the Late

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Thalassomedon, a genus of plesiosaur, fishing under the North America sea.Thalassomedon, a genus of plesiosaur, fishing under the North America sea.Thalassomedon, a genus of plesiosaur, fishing under the North America sea.© Mohamad Haghani / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Thalassomedon, a genus of plesiosaur, fishing under the North

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Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus hunting ammonites. Plesiosaurus is a genus of extinct, large marine reptile.Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus hunting ammonites. Plesiosaurus is a genus of extinct, large marine reptile.Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus hunting ammonites. Plesiosaurus is a genus of extinct, large marine reptile.© Mohamad Haghani / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus hunting ammonites. Plesiosaurus is a

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Elasmosaurus isolated on a white background.Elasmosaurus isolated on a white background.Elasmosaurus isolated on a white background.© Mohamad Haghani / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Elasmosaurus isolated on a white background.

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Elasmosaurus isolated on a white background.Elasmosaurus isolated on a white background.Elasmosaurus isolated on a white background.© Mohamad Haghani / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Plesiosaurs in their marine habitat.Plesiosaurs in their marine habitat.Plesiosaurs in their marine habitat.© Mark Stevenson / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Plesiosaurs in their marine habitat.

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A group of Plesiosaurs relaxing on a Jurassic Day.A group of Plesiosaurs relaxing on a Jurassic Day.A group of Plesiosaurs relaxing on a Jurassic Day.© Mark Stevenson / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A group of Plesiosaurs relaxing on a Jurassic Day.

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Plesiosaurs gather at their underwater playground.Plesiosaurs gather at their underwater playground.Plesiosaurs gather at their underwater playground.© Mark Stevenson / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Plesiosaurs gather at their underwater playground.

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Plesiosaurs co-existing alongside the ancient civilization of Atlantis, way back in prehistoric times.Plesiosaurs co-existing alongside the ancient civilization of Atlantis, way back in prehistoric times.Plesiosaurs co-existing alongside the ancient civilization of Atlantis, way back in prehistoric times.© Mark Stevenson / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Plesiosaurs co-existing alongside the ancient civilization of

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A group of Plesiosaurs during Earth's Jurassic Era.A group of Plesiosaurs during Earth's Jurassic Era.A group of Plesiosaurs during Earth's Jurassic Era.© Mark Stevenson / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A group of Plesiosaurs during Earth's Jurassic Era.

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A group of Plesiosaurs resting on a sandbank and enjoying the last warm rays of the sun at the end of another Jurassic day.
A group of Plesiosaurs resting on a sandbank and enjoying the last warm rays of the sun at the end of another Jurassic day. A group of Plesiosaurs resting on a sandbank and enjoying the last warm rays of the sun at the end of another Jurassic day. © Mark Stevenson / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A group of Plesiosaurs resting on a sandbank and enjoying the

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Around the world there have been numerous sightings of strange creatures that best resemble prehistoric Plesiosaurs, including the famous Loch Ness sightings.Around the world there have been numerous sightings of strange creatures that best resemble prehistoric Plesiosaurs, including the famous Loch Ness sightings.Around the world there have been numerous sightings of strange creatures that best resemble prehistoric Plesiosaurs, including the famous Loch Ness sightings.© Mark Stevenson / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Tylosaurus catches a small plesiosaur.A Tylosaurus catches a small plesiosaur.A Tylosaurus catches a small plesiosaur.© Jose Antonio Penas / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Tylosaurus catches a small plesiosaur.

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A plesiosaur swims in the middle of a school of fish, sweeping its neck to feed.A plesiosaur swims in the middle of a school of fish, sweeping its neck to feed.A plesiosaur swims in the middle of a school of fish, sweeping its neck to feed.© Jose Antonio Penas / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A plesiosaur swims in the middle of a school of fish, sweeping

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The little plesiosaur Leptocleidus tries to catch its prey.The little plesiosaur Leptocleidus tries to catch its prey.The little plesiosaur Leptocleidus tries to catch its prey.© Jose Antonio Penas / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The little plesiosaur Leptocleidus tries to catch its prey.

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An Elasmosaurus uses its very long neck to catch a fishAn Elasmosaurus uses its very long neck to catch a fishAn Elasmosaurus uses its very long neck to catch a fish© Jose Antonio Penas / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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An Elasmosaurus uses its very long neck to catch a fish

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A medium sized Atopodentatus roams the bottom with a suction-shaped mouth, looking for algae and small crustaceans.A medium sized Atopodentatus roams the bottom with a suction-shaped mouth, looking for algae and small crustaceans.A medium sized Atopodentatus roams the bottom with a suction-shaped mouth, looking for algae and small crustaceans.© Jose Antonio Penas / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A medium sized Atopodentatus roams the bottom with a

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Plesiosaur dinosaur in its ocean habitat.Plesiosaur dinosaur in its ocean habitat.Plesiosaur dinosaur in its ocean habitat.© Robert Fabiani / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Plesiosaur dinosaur in its ocean habitat.

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Apex predator Pliosaurus funkei is grabbing hold of a Cryopterygius kristiansenae, a species of Ichthyosaur found in the Jurassic seas of Svalbard.Apex predator Pliosaurus funkei is grabbing hold of a Cryopterygius kristiansenae, a species of Ichthyosaur found in the Jurassic seas of Svalbard.Apex predator Pliosaurus funkei is grabbing hold of a Cryopterygius kristiansenae, a species of Ichthyosaur found in the Jurassic seas of Svalbard.© Esther van Hulsen / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Apex predator Pliosaurus funkei is grabbing hold of a

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A group of the plesiosaur species Djupedalia swimming by. This is an extinct genus of cryptoclidid plesiosauroid plesiosaur from the Jurassic. Fossils have been found in Spitsbergen. . Colored pencil on blue toned paper.A group of the plesiosaur species Djupedalia swimming by. This is an extinct genus of cryptoclidid plesiosauroid plesiosaur from the Jurassic. Fossils have been found in Spitsbergen. . Colored pencil on blue toned paper.A group of the plesiosaur species Djupedalia swimming by. This is an extinct genus of cryptoclidid plesiosauroid plesiosaur from the Jurassic. Fossils have been found in Spitsbergen. . Colored pencil on blue toned paper.© Esther van Hulsen / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A group of the plesiosaur species Djupedalia swimming by. This is

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A dead Pliosaurus funkei floating on the surface of a sea in Spitsbergen, his limb torn off in a fight with a rival. This Jurassic apex predator that could reach lengths of over 12 meters. . Colored pencil on blue toned paper.A dead Pliosaurus funkei floating on the surface of a sea in Spitsbergen, his limb torn off in a fight with a rival. This Jurassic apex predator that could reach lengths of over 12 meters. . Colored pencil on blue toned paper.A dead Pliosaurus funkei floating on the surface of a sea in Spitsbergen, his limb torn off in a fight with a rival. This Jurassic apex predator that could reach lengths of over 12 meters. . Colored pencil on blue toned paper.© Esther van Hulsen / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Side profile of an extinct Liopleurodon reptile, white background. Liopleurodon was a carnivorous marine reptile that lived in Jurassic seas of France and England.Side profile of an extinct Liopleurodon reptile, white background. Liopleurodon was a carnivorous marine reptile that lived in Jurassic seas of France and England.Side profile of an extinct Liopleurodon reptile, white background. Liopleurodon was a carnivorous marine reptile that lived in Jurassic seas of France and England.© Corey Ford / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Side profile of an extinct Liopleurodon reptile, white

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An extinct Liopleurodon reptile, white background. Liopleurodon was a carnivorous marine reptile that lived in Jurassic seas of France and England.An extinct Liopleurodon reptile, white background. Liopleurodon was a carnivorous marine reptile that lived in Jurassic seas of France and England.An extinct Liopleurodon reptile, white background. Liopleurodon was a carnivorous marine reptile that lived in Jurassic seas of France and England.© Corey Ford / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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An extinct Liopleurodon reptile, white background. Liopleurodon

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Rear view of an Elasmosaurus aquatic reptile. Elasmosaurus was a marine plesiosaur reptile that lived in North America seas during the Cretaceous Period.Rear view of an Elasmosaurus aquatic reptile. Elasmosaurus was a marine plesiosaur reptile that lived in North America seas during the Cretaceous Period.Rear view of an Elasmosaurus aquatic reptile. Elasmosaurus was a marine plesiosaur reptile that lived in North America seas during the Cretaceous Period.© Corey Ford / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Rear view of an Elasmosaurus aquatic reptile. Elasmosaurus was a

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Elasmosaurus aquatic reptile. Elasmosaurus was a marine plesiosaur reptile that lived in North America seas during the Cretaceous Period.Elasmosaurus aquatic reptile. Elasmosaurus was a marine plesiosaur reptile that lived in North America seas during the Cretaceous Period.Elasmosaurus aquatic reptile. Elasmosaurus was a marine plesiosaur reptile that lived in North America seas during the Cretaceous Period.© Corey Ford / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Elasmosaurus aquatic reptile. Elasmosaurus was a marine

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Elasmosaurus on white background. Elasmosaurus was a marine plesiosaur reptile that lived in North America seas during the Cretaceous Period.Elasmosaurus on white background. Elasmosaurus was a marine plesiosaur reptile that lived in North America seas during the Cretaceous Period.Elasmosaurus on white background. Elasmosaurus was a marine plesiosaur reptile that lived in North America seas during the Cretaceous Period.© Corey Ford / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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