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Fishing rod ‘selfie stick’ and scientific sleuthing turn up clues to extinct sea reptile – EurekAlert

IMAGE: An artistic life reconstruction of Nannopterygius.
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A Russian paleontologist visiting the Natural History Museum in London desperately wanted a good look at the skeleton of an extinct aquatic reptile, but its glass …

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