Prehistoric animal skeleton? Identified by an expert as "Ichthyosaur"
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These dinosaurs are common sight along the highways in Mississippi. Some of these irrigations sprinklers are 400 - 500 ft long.
The water supply is ample and reliable, so the irrigation in the Delta is the least worry for farmers here.
And a purely scientific discussion of an Expert panel!!
GooGoola said: Yes! thats an ichthyosaur I saw one in the museum!
Magda said: Héhéhé ☺! Une sauterelle ! J'♥(39).
Urias said: Looks like a Macronaria sauropod!
GooGoola said: No can't be a sauropod, the lack of a pelvic girdle rules that out and favours the piscine morphology of an itchyosaur! :~)
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Photo taken in Big Prairie, MO, USA
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