The final ‘caimans’ dwelling in Spain

Sixteen million years in the past, the reptile Diplocynodon ratelii lived in wooded ecosystems among the many lakes and swimming pools of what we all know immediately as Catalonia (Spain). Fossils discovered on the Els Casots website within the Vallès-Penedès Basin affirm not solely that these are the newest stays of the genus within the Iberian Peninsula, but in addition that temperatures on the time have been greater than in the present day’s.
Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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