Ichthyosaur Fossil Casting Stenopterygius
Stenopterygius is an extinct genus of thunnosaur ichthyosaur known from Europe This genus of ichthyosaur grew to a maximum length of 4 meters (13 feet).
Stenopterygius was physically similar to the better known Ichthyosaurus, but had a smaller skull and narrower flippers. Beautifully preserved fossils of Stenopterygius have been found in Germany. Its skull was extended into a kind of a beak and was armed with a quantity of large teeth. The limbs had been transformed to fin-like structures. The tail terminated in a large, semicircular, leathery, vertical caudal fin and even a triangular dorsal fin was present. One well-preserved fossil of Stenopterygius preserves traces of skin, from which the animal's coloration was discovered to be countershaded (darker on the back than the underbelly).
Ichthyosaur fossil casting measures
______ feet long, has 2 sturdy hangers in the back.
Ichthyosaurus cast replica
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