from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A genus of small extinct amphibians of lizard-like form, with broad, obtusely rounded heads and large orbits.
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Pleurocoelus and paluxysaurus were both giraffe-necked and enormous four-footed herbivores, with a close resemblance to the more widely known branchiosaurus.
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