A Macroplata fishing near a coral reef in the seas of the early Jurassic.
Macroplata was a pliosaur, a type of marine reptile related to plesiosaurs, but instead of having a long neck and a small head as plesiosaurs, they were the opposite, a large, heavy head on a short neck. And in this Macroplata was somewhat of an oddball. Macroplata had an unusually long neck for a pliosaur, almost twice as long as the head.
This reptile grew up to 4.5 metres long.
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