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still more plesiosaurs

A new article on the plesiosaurs of Angola has been posted in the fossil section ...

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This fine photograph courtesy of William Benjamen Johnson III

 

The Plesiosaurs of Angola

A new article on the plesiosaurs of Angola has been posted in the fossil section ...

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Artist rendering of the Late Turonian locality of Iembe

   

Prognathodon kianda dig 2010

Prognathodon kianda skeleton mosaic of blocks in the quarry.

ThisĀ  is a skeleton we found in 2006 but had to bury for a later date when we had more time and were better equipped to collect it. In 2010, Anne Schulp and Mike Polcyn dug the specimen over a period of ten days, recovering the complete skull and skeleton up to the 2nd pygal vertebra. The tail is missing and the limbs and girdles may be there, but are currently unseen for now. As a bonus, we found a second animal in the gut area of the P. kianda specimen that may be stomach contents!

   

Euclastes from Angola

Picture of Euclastes turtle skull from Bentiaba

Euclastes turtle

   

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