Keichousaurus hui (KEE-chi-oh-SAUR-us) was an early reptile (not a dinosaur) that lived during the Triassic period, roughly 210 million years ago. Keishousaurus was about 6-11 inches long and had a long neck, a long tail, five-toed feet with long digits, and a pointed head with sharp teeth. It may have lived in the water. This quadruped had sturdy legs. Fossils have been found in Guanglin, Guizhou Province, China.
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