Data from: A method for deducing neck mobility in plesiosaurs, using the exceptionally preserved Nichollssaura borealis

Ramon S. Nagesan, Donald M. Henderson & Jason S. Anderson
The elongate-necked aquatic plesiosaurs existed for 135 million years during the Mesozoic. The function of this elongate neck is a point of debate. Using computed tomography (CT) and 3-dimensional (3D) modelling, the range of motion (ROM) of the plesiosaur *Nichollssaura borealis* neck was assessed. To quantify the ROM, the intervertebral mobility was measured along the cervical vertebral column. This was done by manipulating the 3D models in the lateral and dorso-ventral directions during two trials....
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