Pannoniasaurus inexpectatus, The First Freshwater Mosasaur Discovered

Discovered in August 2010, the mosasaur Platecarpus was a marine lizard, like most other mosasaurs so far discovered. Credit: Illustration by Stephanie Abramowciz, NHM Dinosaur Institute

A new species of mosasaur was discovered in Hungry, providing the first evidence that mosasaurs lived in both freshwater and marine environments.

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