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PADDLE BONE OF A JURASSIC PLESIOSAUR - 155 million years old - Oxfordshire

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PADDLE BONE OF A JURASSIC PLESIOSAUR

Colymbosaurus

155 million years old


Abingdon, Oxfordshire
 

A bone from the paddle of a plesiosaur, a large sea-going reptile from the Jurassic period.

An almost complete example, although somewhat corroded. It is from the Thames terrace gravels (derived from the Kimmeridge Clay).

 
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Size: 8 x 5 x 3 centimetres
Weight: 217 grams

PRICE: £16.00
PADDLE BONE OF A JURASSIC PLESIOSAUR  -  155 million years old  - Oxfordshire
PADDLE BONE OF A JURASSIC PLESIOSAUR  -  155 million years old  - Oxfordshire PADDLE BONE OF A JURASSIC PLESIOSAUR  -  155 million years old  - Oxfordshire PADDLE BONE OF A JURASSIC PLESIOSAUR  -  155 million years old  - Oxfordshire PADDLE BONE OF A JURASSIC PLESIOSAUR  -  155 million years old  - Oxfordshire