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Scientific classification
Kingdom Information
Domain Eukaryota
Kingdom Animalia
Subkingdom Bilateria
Branch Deuterostomia
Phylum Information
Phylum Chordata
Sub-phylum Vertebrata
Infraphylum Gnathostomata
Class Information
Superclass Tetrapoda
Class Reptilia
Order Information
Superorder Sauropterygia
Order Plesiosauria
Family Information
Superfamily Pliosauroidea
Family Pliosauridae
Genus Information
Genus Liopleurodon
Species Information
Species L. ferox
L. pachydeirus
L. rossicus
Population statistics

Liopleurodon was a genus of carnivorous, reptilian plesiosaurs. Pseudoscientists claim that they lived sometime during the Jurassic period.


Liopleurodon was allegedly between 5 and 10 meters long with a large skull and weighed up to 2.5 tons.[1] It was a marine reptile with a short neck and a carnivorous diet. Its fossils have been predominantly found in France and England and some in Russia.

Creationist View

Due to being sea creatures who could survive in the Great Flood, liopleurodons would not have been on Noah’s Ark.[2] At some point after the Flood, liopleurodons would have gone extinct.

Evolutionist View

Evolutionist paleobiologists hold that liopleurodons existed during the Jurassic time, which was supposedly between 206 million and 144 million years ago, despite clear evidence that there was no such time period.[3] They maintain that the species lived during the time of the dinosaurs, which they claim as being before the time of man.




1. [1] The Jurassic Period
2. [2] Learn the Bible: Noah's Fish
3. [3] Plesiosuars: Liopleurodons