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A Great Sea Lizard Tylosaurus Dyspelo

A Great Sea Lizard Tylosaurus Dyspelo.jpg The Track of a Three-toed DinosaurThumbnailsKoch's Hydrarchus. Composed of Portions of the Skeletons of Several ZeuglodonsThe Track of a Three-toed DinosaurThumbnailsKoch's Hydrarchus. Composed of Portions of the Skeletons of Several ZeuglodonsThe Track of a Three-toed DinosaurThumbnailsKoch's Hydrarchus. Composed of Portions of the Skeletons of Several Zeuglodons

The finest Mosasaur skeleton ever discovered, an almost complete skeleton of Tylosaurus dyspelor, 29 feet in length, may be seen at the head of the staircase leading to the Hall of Paleontology, in the American Museum of Natural History, New York. Another good specimen may be seen in the Yale University Museum, which probably has the largest collection of Mosasaurs in existence.

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Animals of the Past
By Frederic A. Lucas
Published in 1901
Available from gutenberg.org
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