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Omphalosaurus nevadianus

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Omphalosaurus nevadianus. Unusual marine reptile, related (or not) to ichthyosaurs. Middle Triassic of Nevada and Germany. Can be about 3 m long (mandible about 50 cm). Fed on small ammonites and halobiid bivalves.
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Nevert013's avatar
The ammonites are like "run away"!! I love your artwork
PeteriDish's avatar
Wow! it almost looks like a small mosasaur! =D
vasix's avatar
Generalist feeder?
Most probably specialized ammonite- or something-other durofagous eater!
vasix's avatar
That's why there're so many small ammonites around it....:)
vasix's avatar
:) they mightn't be happy though.....
Amisgaudi's avatar
Very nice work!!
Jaldithas's avatar
you re great paleoartist
nemo-ramjet's avatar
I'm really enjoying this latest series on marine reptiles... great stuff!
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