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A “Kronos lizard” from Early Cretaceous Australia and South America. Named for Kronos, a mythical giant Titan who ruled the universe before his son Zeus overthrew him. The name Kronosaurus queenslandicus was originally proposed by J. Heber Longman in 1924 for poorly preserved but very large lower jaw fragments found near Hughendend, Queensland, Australia in 1899. Another specimen of this fossil was found in Boyaca Province, Columbia, South America. It was discovered in Queensland in 1889 by A. Crombie and it was described and named by J. Heber Longman in 1924.
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