The Elasmosaurus is a species of extinct Saurian marine reptiles that existed in the Cretaceous era of prehistoric past. It belonged to the order of Sauroptera which included long-necked plesiosaur, another apex predator of the period. One species that resides in the Land of the Lost. A two-headed individual discovered was discovered followed the [[After-Shock{repercussions of earthquakes]] in the land. Holly Marshall named it Lulu because of it two-headed mutations. Legends of Elasmosaurs existing in the modern age of Earth have been attributed to sightings of creatures such as the Loch Ness Monster.

The Elasmosaurus had small heads at the end of a long neck and a mouth full of needle-like teeth. It could also swim, moving its head back and forth to catch fish. Elasmosaurus's were among the largest of the marine reptiles in this world.

Elasmosaurus and other marine reptiles are often mistaken for dinosaurs in popular culture, but dinosaurs lived on land and none of which lived in the oceans.

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