Definition of Liopleurodon. Meaning of Liopleurodon. Synonyms of Liopleurodon

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- Liopleurodon (/ˌlaɪoʊˈplʊərədɒn/; meaning 'smooth-sided teeth') is a genus of large, carnivorous marine reptile belonging to the Pliosauroidea, a clade...
- autapomorphies, including teeth that are triangular in cross section. Using Liopleurodon, another large pliosaurid, as a guide, a specimen found in the Svalbard...
- Similarly, Liopleurodon is depicted as being 25 m (82 ft) long in the series, whereas the adult size known to have been reached by Liopleurodon is around...
- Attenborosaurus Gallardosaurus Hauffiosaurus Marmornectes Megalneusaurus Liopleurodon Pachycostasaurus Peloneustes Pliosaurus Rhaeticosaurus Simolestes Thal****iodracon...
- in a forest, where the two lead Charlie to a Liopleurodon; the two unicorns converse with the Liopleurodon, who supposedly guides them on their quest with...
- of the marine reptiles. Quetzalcoatlus Parasaurolophus Elasmosaurus Liopleurodon Tanystropheus Placochelys Rhomaleosaurus Ammonites Leedsichthys Mosasaurus...
- Liopleurodon ferox; this conclusion was used in BBC's Walking with Dinosaurs, in which the individual was the base to depict a very big Liopleurodon....
- several individuals shown hunting, before one is shown escaping from a Liopleurodon. The movie then takes us to the Early Cretaceous, approximately 90 million...
- approximately 4.6 metres (15 ft) in length, if a head to body ratio similar to Liopleurodon is applied. However, large specimens of S.keileni from France suggest...
- Tri****ic - Late Cretaceous, 228–89.3 Ma PreЄ Є O S D C P T J K Pg N Liopleurodon ferox skull Scientific cl****ification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata...
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