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Fossil discovery by 11-year-old is the largest known marine reptile, study says

  • Justin and Ruby Reynolds found a massive jawbone, possibly from the largest marine reptile, on a Somerset beach in May 2020.
  • The jawbone, over 6.5 feet long, belongs to Ichthyotitan severnensis, estimated at 82 feet in length.
  • The newly discovered species, a giant ichthyosaur, was named "giant fish lizard of the Severn" and is believed to be the largest marine reptile known.
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