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Fossil marine Ichthyosaur reptile
"Fossil marine Ichthyosaur reptile (Stenopterygius), about four feet in length, in sedimentary matrix with Ammonites (Dactylioceras), Lower Jurassic, Mesozoic, Holzmaden, Germany.”

Fossil marine Ichthyosaur reptile

"Fossil marine Ichthyosaur reptile (Stenopterygius), about four feet in length, in sedimentary matrix with Ammonites (Dactylioceras), Lower Jurassic, Mesozoic, Holzmaden, Germany.”

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