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Historical polar sea reptile fossil is oldest ever present in Southern Hemisphere

A global workforce of scientists has recognized the oldest fossil of a sea-going reptile from the Southern Hemisphere — a nothosaur vertebra discovered on New Zealand’s South Island. 246 million years in the past, at first of the Age of Dinosaurs, New Zealand was positioned on the southern polar coast of an unlimited super-ocean referred to as Panthalassa. ‘The nothosaur present in New Zealand is over 40 million years older than the beforehand oldest identified sauropterygian fossils from the Southern Hemisphere.