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Claudiosaurus (claud is Latin for ‘lameness’ and saurus means ‘lizard’) is an extinct genus of diapsid reptiles from the Sakamena Formation of the Morondava Basin, Madagascar. They had a relatively long body and neck, reaching 60 cm in length. It is presumed to have been partially oceanic, like modern Marine Iguana. It had trouble supporting its weight on land. In particular, the sternum was poorly developed, which would have made walking difficult out of water.
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