It is the largest elasmosaurid in the world, similar in appearance to the Loch Ness monster. With a body mass that exceeded 12 tons, it doubles in size the majority of reptiles of his family known until now. According to the researchers, they would have developed a form of feeding similar to that of whales.
Credit: Agencia CTyS-UNLaMThe paleontologist José O’Gorman of the Museum of La Plata (MLP) and CONICET assured the CTyS-UNLaM…
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