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Plesiosaur unearthed

Plesiosaur unearthed

Fragments of bone from a plesiosaur vertebra protrudes from the top edge of this piece of shale in this photo from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Plesiosaur unearthed

Plesiosaur unearthed

Preparing the skull, Patrick Druckenmiller works carefully to prepare the plesiosaur skull for its plaster jacket in this photo released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Florence archery hunter bags fossil of aquatic reptile

Florence archery hunter bags fossil of aquatic reptile

Dave Bradt wasn't able to tag the trophy he got while bowhunting for elk in the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge in September. That's because he found the fossilized remains of an ancient sea creature, not the bull elk he was pursuing.

December 03, 2010 12:15 am Photos

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Dave Bradt snapped this self-portait including the fossil

Dave Bradt snapped this self-portait including the fossil

Dave Bradt snapped this self-portait including the fossil he found in the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge in north-central Montana. The area was an inland sea 75 million years ago; the creature was an aquatic carnivore.

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Paleontologists believe Bradt may have found part of a plesiosaur's long neck

Paleontologists believe Bradt may have found part of a plesiosaur's long neck

Bradt thought he had found the tail of a dinosaur, but paleontologists believe it is actually part of a plesiosaur's long neck. Plesiosaurs could grow up to 40 feet long, breathed air, had sharp teeth in small heads and were powered by four fins.

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