Saúl Velasco Martel
Kronosaurus were giant sea carnivorous reptiles, the biggest known among the plesiosaurs, who lived from the middle to the final of the Cretacic period, 120 million years ago. They owned a robust skull, which was up to 2,7 meters long. The majority of their fossils have been found in Australia, where they were discovered for first time in 1889, in Queensland, although the most complete fossil was found until today was discovered in Leyva Village (Colombia), in 1977. Its name, inspired in the titan Chronos, was given to it in 1924 by Longman in his Kronosaurus queenslandicus holotype description.