“Mosasaurus” The largest discovered specimen of Mosasaurus had a length of up to 56 feet


The name Mosasaurus (pronounced MOE-zah-SORE-usis) is partly derived from the Latin word Mosa (the Meuse River),

and the second half of the name comes from the word Sauros, which is Greek for lizard.

The name Mosasaurus (pronounced MOE-zah-SORE-usis) is partly derived from the Latin word Mosa (the Meuse River),

and the second half of the name comes from the word Sauros, which is Greek for lizard.

The name Mosasaurus (pronounced MOE-zah-SORE-usis) is partly derived from the Latin word Mosa (the Meuse River),

and the second half of the name comes from the word Sauros, which is Greek for lizard.

The name Mosasaurus (pronounced MOE-zah-SORE-usis) is partly derived from the Latin word Mosa (the Meuse River),

and the second half of the name comes from the word Sauros, which is Greek for lizard.

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