Coelacanth and Elasmosaurs

Coelacanth and Elasmosaurs

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"As a child I was fascinated with the Coelacanth specimen in The Australian Museum. Coelacanths are a living fossil, they have been around since before the time of dinosaurs. It was the lobed fins of a fish such as this that evolved into the legs and arms we have today.Plesiosaurs like Elasmosaurus where common during the Upper Cretaceous period and would have shared the ocean with Coelacanths."

Andrew Sullivan