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Partial skeleton of a Middle Triassic marine reptile Anarosaurus (relative of Keichousaurus) from Muschelkalk, Germany. B, C, F, G, H - close-ups of various limb bones and vertebrae D - 2 Anarosaurus teeth E - fish scale I - Nothosaurus mirabilis (?) tooth The last two finds make me think that it is actually a Nothosaurus coprolite with digested Anarosaurus remains and various fish scales.
Hi All, Well it's about time I post something from Holland and no... it's not sharkteeth Here are some of the possible footprints one can find in the classic Winterswijk locality covering the Anisien Triassic period. Although it's called muschelkalk it really is not.. not in the sense of the muschelkalk we have in Germany.. They are Procolophonichnium haarmuehlensis, a small trackway with tens of footprints from a tiny creature... reptile? Second is a larger Rynchosauriodes Paebodyi. Trackways from this reptile are very rare and due to the creatures size... impossible to bring home I have more at home.. will post if you like em