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Paleontologists finally know what this ancient armored reptile looked like

Leaping lizards!
241 million year old reptile

Artist's impression of 241 million year old reptile Eusaurosphargis dalsassoi.

Beat Scheffold, Paleontological Institute and Museum, University of Zurich

A lot can happen in 241 million years. Dinosaurs can rise and fall, and so can the Earth itself. Take Switzerland: In the past 241 million years it went from being

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