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Tiny ancient reptile named after Thor’s world-ending nemesis – Livescience.com

The near-complete fossil dates to about 310 million years ago.

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A long-bodied, sinuous reptile that lived about 310 million years ago has been named for a legendary giant snake
in Viking mythology that once battled Thor, the Norse god of thunder.
But while the Vikings
‘ mythic “World Serpent,” named Jörmungandr, was…

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