Stub This section is taken from the Dinosaur Field Guide.

Elasmosaurus ("plate lizard") is one of the more famous members of the Plesiosaurs, or near lizards, a major group of Mesozoic Era marine reptiles.

Elasmosaurus, like many plesiosaurs, had a small head at the end of a long neck and a mouth full of needle-like teeth. It could swim into schools of fish, moving its head back and forth to catch them. At up to 40 feet (12 m) long, Elasmosaurus was among the largest of the long-necked plesiosaurs.

Wikipedia has a more detailed and comprehensive article on Elasmosaurus

Jurassic Park Franchise Edit

So far, Elasmosaurus hasn't appeared in any of the films or the novels although a skull of a plesiosaur is in Jurassic Park: The Game and it possibly belongs to Elasmosaurus possibly proving it is in the film canon.

Video gamesEdit

Jurassic Park III: Park BuilderEdit

Elasmosaurus is number 119 of the Carnivore Threes that can be created in Jurassic Park III: Park Builder.

Jurassic Park: BuilderEdit

see Elasmosaurus/Builder

In Jurassic Park: Builder, Elasmosaurus can be created in the Aquatic section as a limited edition crustaceavore, even though in reality, it was a piscivore.

Jurassic World: The Game Edit

see Elasmosaurus/JW: TG

Elasmosaurus can be created in the Aquatic Park of Jurassic World: The Game.