It’s noisy in the Alps: Only recently did researchers report finds of a Swiss ichthyosaur pointing to a very large specimen. In this case, fossil material was collected decades ago, but only now, after careful analysis, the remains of record-breaking teeth and bones have been discovered. A research team at the Vienna Museum of Natural History (NHM) has now been able to identify the astonishing traces of marine prehistoric creatures that have lurked in the collections of amateur paleontologists for years.
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