Triassic Dinosaur Had Neck Three Times Longer Than Its Body

An artist's illustration of the Triassic reptile Tanystropheus hydroides hunting with its long neck. (Emma Finley-Jacob)

Super Long-necked Triassic Dinosaur was a Marine Predator

Health Editor’s Note: I find it fascinating that we can pretty much understand how a creature that lived long before man arrived, managed to thrive and adapt with its specialized features A fairly rigid neck three times longer than its body would have been awesome to see but maybe to not be in the water with……Carol 


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