- Researchers dove right in, literally, to figure out how an ancient whale-sized reptile paddled. Some speculate the Loch Ness Monster is a descendent of the Plesiosaur, though mainstream scientists, who doubt the very existence of Nessie, say the Plesiosaur is indeed extinct. — “How the Real 'Loch Ness Monster' Swam | LiveScience”,
- Learn about plesiosaurs, the flippered marine reptiles from the Mesozoic Era. Sites offer illustrations and photographs of plesiosaur fossil remains. — “Plesiosaurs in the Yahoo! Directory”,
- Loch Ness monster , Champ and other sea monsters. Are these truly plesiosaurs that survived extinction 75 million years ago?. — “Plesiosaurs”,
- The common name 'plesiosaur' is applied both to the 'true' plesiosaurs (Suborder Plesiosauroidea) which includes both long-necked There were many species of plesiosaurs, while most of them were not as large as. — “Plesiosaur”, schools-
- Plesiosaurs were carnivorous marine reptiles.The common name plesiosaur is applied both to the true plesiosaurs and to the bigger taxonomic rank of Plesiosauria, which includes together long-necked. — “Plesiosaurs,dinosaurs live,dinosaur fossil eggs,list of”,
- Myspace Music profile for Plesiosaurs. Download Plesiosaurs Indie / Shoegaze / Experimental music singles, watch music videos, listen to free streaming mp3s, & read Plesiosaurs's blog. — “Plesiosaurs on Myspace Music - Free Streaming MP3s, Pictures”,
- Plesiosaurs' definition, any marine reptile of the extinct genus Plesiosaurus, from the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, having a small head, a long neck, four paddl See more. — “Plesiosaurs' | Define Plesiosaurs' at ”,
- However, some features of plesiosaurs are less derived than those of nothosaurs. Plesiosaurs were larger than nothosaurs, and were more specialised. — “Plesiosaurs”,
- Plesiosaurs were among the earliest large prehistoric creatures to be described. marine reptiles, including both long and short-necked plesiosaurs. — “Palaeos Vertebrates 220.400 Lepidosauromorpha: Plesiosauria”,
- During the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, the earth's oceans, lakes and rivers were filled by large, agile reptiles, the plesiosaurs and pliosaurs, that looked uncannily like sea serpents. Here's an overview of the evolution, behavior and. — “Plesiosaurs and Pliosaurs - All About Plesiosaurs and”,
- Designed to provide serious and detailed information on the order plesiosauria, and to offer a forum for discussion of ideas no matter how wild and fanciful on the paleontology, taxonomy, biomechanics, biology, and ecological role of members of. — “The Plesiosaur Site”,
- Plesiosaurs were an order of large, long-necked Mesozoic marine reptiles - they were not dinosaurs. They lived during the Mesozoic, going extinct in the K-T extinction. — “Plesiosaurs - Enchanted Learning Software”,
- Find information about different reptile species and all that you want to know about reptiles as pets and animals. — “Plesiosaur”,
- Find scientific information regarding the classification and evolution of plesiosaurs, information on specific genera and species, and data on their palaeobiology - how the animals were in life. — “The Plesiosaur Directory by Adam Stuart Smith”,
- Article about plesiosaurs, the carnivorous marine reptiles. — “Plesiosaur - Wikipedia”,
- This website has articles about cryptozoology, living dinosaurs, and origins. It has articles about an Apatosaur living in the An article written by Adam Stuart Smith, an expert on plesiosaur remains wrote a critique of the accounts of living plesiosaurs. — “Cryptozoology, Living Dinosaurs, and Origins”,
- He a gallery of prehistoric animal illustrations including this masterpiece of the largest species of major marine reptile groups (ichthyosaurs, plesiosaurs (pliosaurs and elasmosaurs), and turtles). Visit his website Bindon Illustrations. General Information. Q: What are plesiosaurs?. — “Ravin' Ray's Plesiosaur FAQ's”,
- Plesiosaurs (Greek: plesios meaning "near" or "close to" and sauros meaning "lizard" Plesiosaurs that belong to the suborder Pliosauroidea are more. — “Plesiosaur - New World Encyclopedia”,
- Describes how scientist knowledge of these long necked marine reptiles has grown and changed over the years. The article also offers a number of illustrations and photographs of plesiosaur fossil finds. — “Something About Plesiosaurs (Elasmosaurs)”,
- Definition of plesiosaurs in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of plesiosaurs. Pronunciation of plesiosaurs. Translations of plesiosaurs. plesiosaurs synonyms, plesiosaurs antonyms. Information about plesiosaurs in the free online English. — “plesiosaurs - definition of plesiosaurs by the Free Online”,
- The Plesiosaur is an extinct marine reptile that is found in strata Plesiosaurs were thought to be extremely huge aquatic reptile like monster. — “Plesiosaur - CreationWiki, the encyclopedia of creation science”,
- Facts about Plesiosaurs, an extinct prehistoric animal. — “Plesiosaurs Facts - information about the extinct”,
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- sometimealone: @dresdencodak Stuff like this makes me wonder if some plesiosaurs had blubber.
- boukendreamer: lesse, we've got pteranodon, sabertooth tiger, and wooly mammoth. throw the crocodilian in. I don't think plesiosaurs are dinos either
- rustyk5: What if sharks are just plesiosaurs for the cenozoic era?
- Izandra: @phoenixphire24 But YES, I KNOW pterosaurs, plesiosaurs (etc.) and dimetrodons are all NOT DINOSAURS.
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