Paleontologists say the fossil remains from western kansas in the United States are new mosaic species

Paleontologists say the fossil remains from western kansas in the United States are new mosaic specieshe newly discovered mozzarella species lived about 80 million years ago / late cretaceous epoch /. This ancient creature lived in the shallow waters of the Western Inland Sea, which divides the North American continent into two open seas.

It is called Ectenosaurus everhartorum. This sea creature is about 5.5 m / 18 feet / long. And has the likeness of a crocodile. Its long slender jaws look like gharial crocodile. Ectenosaurus everhartorum fossil jawbones were obtained in 1970 from Logan County, Western Kansas. The study was published in the Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences.

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