Reconstruction of Cymbospondylus petrinus, the characteristic ichthyosaur, or fire-lizard, of the middle triassic limestones in the West Humboldt Range, Nevada. Length in life approximately thirty feet. This animal was a reptile specialized for life in the sea
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