Five Fun Dinosaur Facts About the Diplocaulus
- The Diplocaulus is one of the earliest amphibians, meaning it survived in water and on land.
- It was about 3 feet long and weighed as much as a cat.
- It’s known for its boomerang-shaped head, decreasing drag when swimming.
- It was a skilled swimmer and hunted small fish and aquatic animals.
- Its long, robust tail propelled it through the water.
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