Largest ‘sea dragon’ fossil unearthed in Britain

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A ten-meter-long ichthyosaur was discovered in February last year and excavated over the course of months.

The fossil of Britain’s largest “sea dragon” (ichthyosaur) was unearthed in the Rutland Water Nature Reserve which is run in partnership with Anglian Water, the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust reported on their website on Monday.
The fossil was first discovered by Rutland Water Conservation Team Leader Joe Davis during a routine draining of a lagoon island in February of 2021 and was carefully excavated over the last year

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