Fauna known from Callovian England have the most eccentric names. Liopleurodon ferox, Simolestes vorax, Eustreptospondylus oxoniensis, and if those aren't verbally confounding enough there's this enormous plesiosaur. Cryptoclidus oxoniensis (wide femur hidden clavicles) was approximately the size of an adult bush elephant, possibly larger. It was a predator, though despite it's size possessed a comparably minuscule head and was a piscivore. It's elongated neck would have allowed it's small jaws to encroach upon schools of fish without them being frightened away by it's size.
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