Palaeophis Animal Pictures

Palaeophis typhaeus

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Palaeophis colossaeus vertebrae fossils.

Palaeophis colossaeus vertebrae fossils.
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Palaeophis colossaeus vertebrae fossils.

Ophidia. Fig. 1. Left side view of a chain of thirty trunk vertebræ of the Palæophis toliapicus, from Sheppy. Fig. 2. Right side view of the same vertebræ. Fig. 3. Under view of five vertebræ of the same chain, with the articular ends of some of the ribs. Fig. 4. Portion of a group of Palæophis vertebræ from Bracklesham, showing the size and structure of the ribs; natural size. J. Dinkel / public domain

Palaeophis toliapicus
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Fossil vertebrae of Palaeophis maghrebianus from Khouribga (Morocco) Hectonichus / CC BY-SA 3.0

Palaeophis maghrebianus
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Life restoration of Palaeophis maghrebianus

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