Origin of ichthyosaur
OTHER WORDS FROM ichthyosaurich·thy·o·sau·ri·an, adjective, nounich·thy·o·sau·roid, adjective
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Motani was part of a team that examined the nearly complete skeleton of an adult ichthyosaur.
The researchers believe the ichthyosaur most likely hunted its meal.
In fact, this particular thalattosaur may have been such a big meal that the ichthyosaur died after eating it.
In fact, this particular thalattosaur may have been such a big meal that the ichthyosaur died after stomaching it.
The ichthyosaur is thought to have been roughly seven times more massive than the whip-thin thalattosaur.
Buckland, I think, once indulged in the jeu d'esprit of supposing an ichthyosaur lecturing on the human skull.A Journey in Other Worlds|John Jacob Astor
It cannot concern me individually, any more than what happens to-day concerns the extinct ichthyosaur or the megatherium.Facts and fancies in modern science|John William Dawson
In the popular mind, perhaps, the Ichthyosaur and Plesiosaur are the typical representatives of that extinct race.
One fossilised Ichthyosaur of the weaker-toothed variety has been found with the remains of two hundred Belemnites in its stomach.
Compared with the Ichthyosaur, it was what the giraffe is to the rhinoceros, or the swan to the porpoise.The Story of the Earth and Man|J. W. Dawson