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" Tylosaurns and •Platecarpus, to move about on terra firma without the aid of limbs, and these were not at all fitted for land locomotion. That they may have frequented the beaches for the purpose of depositing their eggs is probable, though not certain.... "
The University Geological Survey of Kansas - Page 214
1898 - 594 pages
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Reports, Volume 4

Kansas Geological Survey - Geology - 1898
...have been practically helpless on land. They were not sufficiently serpentine, especially Tylosaurns and •Platecarpus, to move about on terra firma without...observed exostosial growth in their lower jaws, the vertebra, especially those of the tail, and the paddles, especially the digits. In some the mutilations...
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The Journal of Geology

Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin - Geology - 1898
...animals must have been practically helpless on land. They were not sufficiently serpentine to move about without the aid of limbs, and these were not at all fitted for land locomotion. They lived in the open sea, often remote from the shores. Their pugnacity is amply indicated by the...
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Modern Achievement, Volume 7

Edward Everett Hale - Success - 1902
...animals must have been practically helpless on land. They were not sufficiently serpentine to move about without the aid of limbs, and these were not at all fitted for land locomotion. They lived in open seas, often remote from the shores. Their pugnacity is amply indicated by the many...
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The Journal of Geology, Volume 6

Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin - Geology - 1898
...animals must have been practically helpless on land. They were not sufficiently serpentine to move about without the aid of limbs, and these were not at all fitted for land locomotion. They lived in the open sea, often remote from the shores. Their pugnacity is amply indicated by the...
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