Instead of laboriously pushing the water out of the way with their paddles, the plesiosaurs slid gracefully along with the modified limbs to form underwater wings. His small head was placed on a long, streamlined neck. The robust body contained strong muscles keeping those wings in motion. Compared to the other marine reptiles, the tail was short because it was only used for steering.

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