An oil and gas firm has uncovered a dinosaur skeleton amid an excavation in Canada.
Suncor energy found the plesiosaur fossils, estimated to be between 105 and 110 million years old.
In a twitter post, the firm said it I working with the Royal Tyrrel Museum of Paleontology to properly extract the fossils.
According to Britannica.com, a Plesiosaur was a group of long-necked marine reptiles who lived between 80million and 250 million years ago.
We found another fossil! Check out these photos of the plesiosaur skeleton, estimated to be between 105 and 110 million years old, that we unearthed earlier this year. We're excited to be working with @RoyalTyrrell to extract these fossils properly #FossilFriday pic.twitter.com/jQhr9hvJZi
— Suncor (@Suncor) April 26, 2019
Here in Scotland, the Loch Ness monster is often described as resembling the prehistoric animal.
Plesiosaurs were around 15 feet long and lived in regions around Europe and North America, as well as Australia and Asia.