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meaning: "Last swimmer"
Named By: Tamaki Sato in 2003
Time Period: Late Cretaceous, Campanian
Location: Canada, Saskatchewan - Bearpaw Formation
Size: Estimated at 7 meters long. Possibly 9 meters long if it had a neck of proportionate length to some other elamosaurids. Skull is 26.8 centimetres long
Diet: Piscivore
Fossil(s): Skull and partial articulated skeleton, possibly of a sub adult
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Sauropterygia | Plesiosauria | Elasmosauridae |

Terminonatator (meaning "last swimmer") is a genus of elasmosaurid plesiosaur from the Late Cretaceous of Saskatchewan, Canada. It is known from a skull and partial skeleton from a young adult, found in the Campanian-age Bearpaw Formation near Notukeu Creek in Ponteix. Terminonatator is currently one of the youngest plesiosaurs from the Western Interior Seaway.

Read more about Terminonatator at Wikipedia
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