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Deutsch: Skelett des Marine Reptilien. Ichthyosaurus acutirostris, mit Ammoniten: Harpoceras falcifer
Zeitalter : Unterer Jura (Toarcium) 185 Millionen Jahre
Lokalität: Holzmaden Deutschland
Größe : 125x120 cm
English: Marine reptile skeleton Ichthyosaurus acutirostris, with ammonites: Harpoceras falcifer
Stage : Lower Jurassic (Toarcian) 185 million years
Locality : Holzmaden Germany
Size : 125x120cm
Français : Squelette de reptile marin Ichthyosaurus acutirostris, avec des ammonites : Harpoceras falcifer
Etage : Jurassique inférieur (toarcien) 185 millions d’année
Localité : Holzmaden Allemagne
taille : 125x120 cm
Date 18 January 2011
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