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Account of a fossil crocodile recently discovered in the alum-shale near Whitby
|Statement||by George Young.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QE862.C8 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 76-81,  leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||81|
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Get this from a library. Account of a fossil crocodile recently discovered in the alum-shale near Whitby. [George Young]. Young, G., Account of a fossil crocodile recently discovered in the alum shale near Whitby, Edinburgh Philosophical Journal XIII–81, Young, ref.
14, p. Young, G., Appendix to Scriptural Geology, p. 27, Young was responding to Pye Smith’s objections to William Rhind’s views on the geology of : Dr. Terry Mortenson. Account of a fossil crocodile recently discovered in the alum-shale near Whitby / by George Young Young, George, [ Book, Microform: ].
Full text of "The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal" See other formats. During the first half of the nineteenth century (particularly ) in Britain a number of laymen and clergymen tenaciously fought against new geological theories.
Account of a fossil crocodile recently discovered in the alum shale near Whitby." Account of some Fossil Stems of Trees." Address delivered at the Anniversary Author: T.J. Mortenson. Yorkshire Ammonites (and other fossils) revisited A knowledge journey.
All posts in category Ammonites. more in the near future, taking this to a paper “The Jet Rock Series and the Alum Shale Series of the Yorkshire Coast”. The bones of the head (Pl. 5, Fig. a.) most nearly resemble those of a Sloth.
The long and broad bone, (b,) descending the cheek from the zygomatic arch, connects it more nearly with the Ai than with any other animal: this extraordinary bone must have been auxiliary to the power of muscles, acting with more than usual advantage, in giving motion to the lower jaw (d.).
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Fossil crocodile at Whitby. Magazine of Natural History, 1. Chapman, W.; An account of the fossile bones of an allegator, found on the sea-shore near Whitby in Yorkshire. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Cicimurri, David J and Everhart, Michael J.; Outlines of the geology of England and Wales, animal, &c.) are referable to new genera widely different from any thing with which we are acquainted, and the fossil species of crocodile are strongly distinguished from the recent.
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Download Citation | First record of the pterosaur footprint Pteraichnus from the Saltwick Formation (Aalenian) of the Cleveland Basin, Yorkshire, UK | Prints belonging to Pteraichnus are recorded. The remains of a crocodile 11.
feet long have recently been discovered in the, cliff, near Whitby, imbedded ill Alum Shale: the animal lay with its belly uppernjos', and its head in the natural position, the neck having been twisted completely roypl.
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Charig, A. J.,Recently proposed phylogenetic analyses of the Triassic Archosauria: a critical comparison and evaluation, facilitated by a simple technique for the modification of conflicting dendrograms: In: Evolution, ecology and biogeography of the Triassic Reptiles, edited by Mazin J.
M., and Pinna G., Paleontologia Lombardi, new. gcr_number,GCR_NAME,admin_area,BLOCK_NAME,NAME,GCR_STATUS,GRID_REF,LATITUDE,LONGITUDE,EASTING,NORTHING,GCR_DATE,REVIEW_DATE,AGENCY,GCR_STATEMENT,SYSTEM,ESCC,SSSI_NAME.The crocodile discovered near Whitby (BMNH Ra from Chapman ).
(–), and a further description was given by civil engineer John Wooler (d. ) (Chapman ; Wooler ). The skeleton was presented to the Society by Chapman’s correspondent, John Fothergill, and, like the Elston skeleton, it is currently in the Natural.