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    Nothosaurus: Scary or Not?

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    TriceratopsMember284 XPAug-09-2022 4:29 PM

    Next one is Nothosaurus!

    Dinosaurs 101 - Nothosaurus mirabilis 101 Nothosaurus... | Facebook

    A reptile that can go switch on land and water. It grew to around 7 meters with a long neck. To be honest this scares me a bit but not that much. But what about you?

    8 Responses to Nothosaurus: Scary or Not?

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    BrachiosaurusMember1307 XPAug-09-2022 11:09 PM

    Well, If you're talking about this guy. It would probably freak my brother out and for me, the same.

    tanukrishna

    CompsognathusMember16 XPAug-10-2022 4:55 AM

    Nothosaurus is believed to have inhabited modern-day North Africa, China, and Europe based on the fossils discovered. It is classified as a sauropterygian and lived during the Triassic period, that is, around 240-210 million years ago. The exact habitat of these reptiles is not known, but it was considered to be a part of marine reptiles or semi-oceanic animals, and was a member of the marine reptile group, indicating that it might have inhabited marine types of habitats. Reproduction is thought to take place sexually, just like other Reptilia group members and there is a possibility that it gave birth to live young.

    tanukrishna

    CompsognathusMember16 XPAug-10-2022 4:55 AM

    Nothosaurus is believed to have inhabited modern-day North Africa, China, and Europe based on the fossils discovered. It is classified as a sauropterygian and lived during the Triassic period, that is, around 240-210 million years ago. The exact habitat of these reptiles is not known, but it was considered to be a part of marine reptiles or semi-oceanic animals, and was a member of the marine reptile group, indicating that it might have inhabited marine types of habitats. Reproduction is thought to take place sexually, just like other Reptilia group members and there is a possibility that it gave birth to live young.

    tanukrishna

    CompsognathusMember16 XPAug-10-2022 4:57 AM

    In the middle of the Triassic Period, when the first dinosaurs were beginning to walk on land, the seas were home to a family of reptiles known as nothosaurs.

    tanukrishna

    CompsognathusMember16 XPAug-10-2022 4:57 AM

    In the middle of the Triassic Period, when the first dinosaurs were beginning to walk on land, the seas were home to a family of reptiles known as nothosaurs.

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    BrachiosaurusMember1307 XPAug-11-2022 2:40 AM

    Good info, thx but can you not say the same thing 2 times?

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    AllosaurusMember3626 XPAug-15-2022 10:23 PM

    I remember seeing a Nothosaurus in my dinosaur books when I was a kid

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    CompsognathusMember11 XPAug-22-2022 4:57 AM

    Nigersaurus Dinosaur has 500 Teeth, is it just mysteries

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