100 million-year-old plesiosaur skeleton discovery 'could hold the key' to prehistoric research

This is the first time the skull, neck and body of a plesiosaur have been found in one piece in Australia. (CNN/Queensland Museum) This is the first time the skull, neck and body of a plesiosaur have been found in one piece in Australia. (CNN/Queensland Museum)

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