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The most fearsome predator
of the Jurassic

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is watching his prey.

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Peering through the water,

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the carnivore
fixes on his unwary victim,

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waiting for the perfect moment
to strike.

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Under these azure waters
lies the future continent of Europe,

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but now,
in the late Jurassic period,

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all that exists here
are a few scattered islands.

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The break-up of the old continents

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has pushed up the ocean floor
and raised sea levels,

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flooding the lowlands
and creating vast shallow seas.

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Here, dinosaurs do N0T rule.

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Instead, giant marine reptiles
have evolved,

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perfectly adapted to life
in these beautiful waters.

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All of them are air-breathers,
like this eight-tonne Cryptoclidus.

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0n the land,
they are cumbersome hulks,

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but in water, they are transformed.

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All sea reptiles once lived on land,

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but 75 million years ago,

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their ancestors took to the water

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and their legs became flippers.

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They share this shallow sea

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with other strange Jurassic
creatures, like the ammonites,

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that snare small prey
with their tentacles.

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These rich, sunlit waters

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are on the northern edge
of the ancient Tethys 0cean -

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the sea that separates
the Earth's two continents,

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one in the north
and one in the south.

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0nce a year, they are the stage

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for a remarkable natural drama.

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It starts with
a single pregnant 0phthalmosaurus,

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followed by hundreds more
of her kind.

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All are gathering here
from deeper water to give birth.

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These are the oldest
of marine reptiles

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and most completely adapted
to aquatic life,

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with streamlined fish-like bodies.

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Most other marine reptiles,

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like Cryptoclidus,
use all four flippers

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to chase the blizzards of fish
through the water.

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Flapping like underwater wings,
the flippers can be used separately

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to give them huge manoeuvrability,

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or together,
for sudden bursts of speed.

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This unique method of
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