ichthyosaurs
Ichthyosaurs were marine reptiles that looked like dolphins.
ichthyosaurs
ichthyosaurs
plesiosaurs
Plesiosaurs were large marine reptiles with limbs shaped like flippers, very long necks and relatively small heads.
plesiosaur
plesiosaur
turn up
find; discover
Example: If you dig in some backyards you can turn up old bottles.
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belemnite
Belemnites were squid-like animals that looked like cuttlefish and became extinct along with the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
belemnites
belemnites
opalised remains of belmenites
opalised remains of belmenites
swam
Swam is the past tense of the irregular verb swim. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
Ammonites swam in the sea millions of years ago.
Ammonites swam in the sea millions of years ago.
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kronosaurus
Kronosaurus queenslandicus is a sort of large short-necked marine reptile called a pliosaur.
kronosaurus
kronosaurus
broken up
Something that is broken up is divided into smaller pieces.
The sea ice is breaking up.
The sea ice is breaking up.
Example: The sea ice is breaking up.
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