New fossils found in China: 100 million years ago, lizards love crayfish?

A hundred million years ago, lizards liked to eat “little hemp”? Yu is also known as the Northeast Crayfish, native to northeast China and other places, is popular in the north and south of the spicy crayfish protagonist’s close relatives. On November 19th, Chinese and foreign scientists led by Yan Lida, an associate professor at the China University of Geosciences (Beijing), announced in Beijing that they had found a rare sample of stomach-like lizards in a fossil of a dragon lizard in Jianchang County, Liaoning Province, which was about 12 cm long.

New fossils found in China: 100 million years ago, lizards love crayfish?

The stomach contents of the python specimen of the repair process have not been exposed.  Images of this article are provided by respondents

Past fossils of the yamen have recorded stomach sons containing fish debris, while large crustaceans have been found for the first time.

“It’s a very hearty meal for the nose and hips, which are about 22 cm long. Lilida said.

New fossils found in China: 100 million years ago, lizards love crayfish?

A specimen of a dragon.

The related research paper was published in the international academic journal Cretaceous Research on the 19th.

He said gastric fossils are rare and important, helping to understand the food of paleontology.

The fossil, which preserves the pedestals of large crustaceans, a slender piece of chest-footed fragments, a mouthpiece and broken tentacles, is characteristically consistent with Palaeocambarus licenti.

China’s hot river biota have found a large number of freshwater prawn fossils dating from about 130 million to 120 million years ago. The current popular name of crayfish is kersigen shrimp, native to the North Shore of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana, and later introduced to China, becoming a popular “masculine.” Paleontologist Shen Yanbin believes that crayfish are spread from East Asian origins to Central Asia, Europe and North America.

New fossils found in China: 100 million years ago, lizards love crayfish?

An outline of the

The aforementioned “crayfish” and ancient dragonflies are located in the stomach of a Yabeinosaurus specimen. The specimen was found in the formation of the Nine Buddha Stakes in the Lamacave area of Jianchang County, Liaoning Province. Yingliang Stone Natural History Museum collected this specimen when the plate is not repaired state, in the museum’s fossil mine crystal clear restoration of the original laboratory technicians, “crayfish” huge foot was first exposed from the stomach of the dragon.

The yatou dragon is the first lizard to be named after the Hot River biome, and its fossils were originally discovered and named by Japanese scholars, and their model specimens were lost during the Anti-Japanese War. Yadolong contains three species: strong Yakai dragon, Yang’s Yayu dragon, two-tip yatolong.

The aforementioned species containing undigested crustaceans shall be classified as underage strong acerins.

Combining all stomach profile records, the researchers believe that the dragons have a habit of predation on the riverbanks, despite the lack of obvious swimming morphological characteristics. Since crustacean fragments were not found in the stomach of the aforementioned python, they believe that the ancient dragonfly that the little lizard preyed on may have been molting on the riverbank.

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