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An ichthyosaurs skeleton, which dates back around 180 million years, is the largest and most complete of its kind ever found in Britain.

The find has been described by experts as “one of the greatest finds in British palaeontological history”.

Becky Johnson reports from the warehouse in Telford where the remains are being held.

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