Mesozoic reptiles from the North Sea
Deinsea , Volume 8 - Issue 1 p. 33- 40
Four fossils of Mesozoic reptiles are described. Three of the fossils are attributed to Plesiosauria and one fossil can be attributed to an Iguanodontidae. The fossils were trawled from the bottom of the North Sea. These unusual catches most probably originate from the eastern coast of the United Kingdom and might have been transported to the seabottom by Pleistocene glacial action.