Macroplata (macro·plata) was an extinct aquatic basal plesiosaur of the Early Jurassic Period, 201 to 174 million years ago, which grew up to 4.5 meters (15) in length. Like other plesiosaurs, Macroplata probably lived on a diet of fish, using its sharp needle-like teeth to catch prey. Its bones indicate that it was fast and powerful swimmer. Macroplata had a relatively long neck, usually twice the length of the skull, differentiating from pliosaurs of the time.
The concrete stamping tool has an overall size of 42” x 42”
( 106.7 x 106.7 cm.) with a me-dium slate texture.
Item # 9F31