Crucial hole in fossil report of Chinese language phytosaurs crammed

The skeleton of a small, brief-snouted reptile present in China was lately recognized because the oldest recognized member of the phytosaurs — an extinct group of huge, semi-aquatic reptiles that superficially resembled the distantly-associated crocodylians and lived through the Triassic Interval, roughly 250 million years in the past to 200 million years in the past.
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