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- Object Name: Reptile
- Object Name: Fossil
- ObjectNumber: GL1863
- Summary: A pair of Ichthyosaurus sp. jaw parts with teeth from Whitby.
- Description: The well preserved, incomplete Ichthyosaurus sp. jaw parts contain teeth. The specimens jaws are fragmented and the teeth are also fragmented but show good detail. They are preserved in a lime mud matrix cementing them and the jaw sections togeather. Jaw a has limestone matrix on the rear and appears to have been glued back togeather, a bivalve is also present. Part b appears to have been cut as it has flat sides revealing the jaw in cross-section, and the teeth are larger. CB 14/7/11
- Dimensions: Fossil a - 130mm x 78mm x 25mm; Fossil b - 90mm x 50mm x 46mm
- Colour: Grey
- Geological Complex:
- Associated Period:
- Jurassic - Lower - Lower Lias
- For more information contact: Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service