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An exquisite articulated, and nearly complete, juvenile specimen of the crocodylomorph Pelagosaurus typus, found by Charles Moore in two separate stone nodules.
The complete skull of an adolescent Pelagosaurus typus, a crocodylomorph. The name Pelagosaurus means "lizard of the open sea" and the animal would have spent almost all of its time in the water.
The complete skull of a juvenile Ichthyosaur, Hauffiopteryx typicus, one face of this specimen was completely un-prepared (still enclosed by the stone nodule).
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