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Named By: Harry Govier Seeley in 1873
Time Period: Cretaceous, 99.6 Ma
Location: England - West Melbury Marly Chalk Formation
Size: Unknown due to lack of remains
Diet: Piscivore
Fossil(s): Fragmentary post cranial remains
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Ichthyosauria | Thunnosauria |

Cetarthrosaurus is an extinct genus of ichthyosaur known from the eastern United Kingdom. It was collected from the Cambridge Greensand Formation, dating to late Albian or early Cenomanian stage, of the Early Cretaceous-Late Cretaceous boundary. Cetarthrosaurus was first named by Harry G. Seeley in 1873 and the type species is Cetarthrosaurus walkeri.

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