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A huge and rare Pliosaur vertebrae, Jurassic Period, Kimmeridgian, Dorset (N105)
A  huge and rare Pliosaur vertebrae, Jurassic Period, Kimmeridgian, Dorset (N105)
A  huge and rare Pliosaur vertebrae, Jurassic Period, Kimmeridgian, Dorset (N105) A  huge and rare Pliosaur vertebrae, Jurassic Period, Kimmeridgian, Dorset (N105) A  huge and rare Pliosaur vertebrae, Jurassic Period, Kimmeridgian, Dorset (N105) A  huge and rare Pliosaur vertebrae, Jurassic Period, Kimmeridgian, Dorset (N105)
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Kimmeridgian Clay layers -  Jurassic Period c.152-157 million years old. A huge and rare Pliosaur (Stretosaurus Macromeris Sp.) vertebrae dredged up many years back near Portland Bill, Weymouth, Dorset and from a Hampshire Geologists collection. This impressive dinosaur bone hails from a Pliosaur, a huge, long necked swimming marine carnivorous reptile that could grow to in excess of 10 metres in length, with a large elongated head containing many sharp conical teeth, a short stubby neck and large bulbous body, stubby pointed tail and four large paddle like limbs for propelling itself at speed through the water to catch its prey. This is a particularly large example and rare to find one this big, likely a from the main back area of a Pliosaur. In very good overall condition with sound surfaces and an excellent and imposing example of its type, 120mm high x 150mm wide x 44mm thick