Wednesday 24 November 2010

Man Discovers 12ft Fossil Of Carnivorous Plesiosaur

A hunter has uncovered what is believed to be a fossil of a carnivorous marine dinosaur that lived 75 million years ago. David Bradt, who was hunting elk, stumbled on the largely intact fossilised remains of a plesiosaur in Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, in Montana, U.S.

The 12ft-long animal, which scientists have compared to the mythical Loch Ness monster, lived during the Cretaceous Period and had was adapted to swimming and feeding in the ancient seas using paddle-like limbs.

1 comment(s):

Anonymous said...

No scientist would ever compare a plesiosaur with the scam of the Loch Ness monster. Science relies on facts, not fantasy or scams.