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Hind limb and pelvis of the saurian Cetiosaurus leedsi with its discoverer Alfred Nicholson Leeds standing left. Leeds' amassed a uniquely large collection of fossil vertebrates from the Oxford clays of Peterborough. This dinosaur, discovered in 1887, was then one of the finest British Saurian specimens known. It was displayed in the British Museum of Natural History. In 1886 Leeds also discovered (and had named for him) Leedsichthys problematicus - one of the largest bony fish of all time.
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