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River reveals 'Jurassic dragon'

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user posted image rSubmitted by Waspie Dwarf: The fossil of a prehistoric sea monster that lived more than 144 million years ago has been found in a river on the edge of west Belfast. Colin Glen could become known as Northern Ireland's Jurassic Park after the backbone of a plesiosaur was uncovered.

Such a find was a chance in a million said Paul Bennett, the educational ranger at the park. "The 7cm section of vertebrae was found at Colin River.

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linked-image "When I found this, I hoped it would be the plesiosaur because that is like finding the Loch Ness monster," he said.

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Maybe a long lost relative of nessie.

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Dogma
Maybe a long lost relative of nessie.

It's possible, and wow, dude got real lucky with that find .. so kudos :tu:.

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Elfy99803

Hope they also find nessie, and that was found in a river, the creature was on the sea,

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