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Named By: M. S. de la Fuente & M. IturraldeinVinent in 2001
Time Period: Oxfordian
Location: Cuba - Jagua Formation
Size: Shell roughly estimated to be about 28 centimetres long
Diet: Uncertain
Fossil(s): Partial remains including the shell
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Anapsida | Testudines | Pleurodira |
Also known as: | Notoemys oxfordiensis |

Caribemys is an extinct genus of turtle which existed in the Jurassic period. Its fossils have been found in the Jagua Formation in western Cuba. The type species of Caribemys is C. oxfordiensis.

Read more about Caribemys at Wikipedia
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