An almost complete skeleton of a primitive mosasaur has been discovered and is reported in a geoscience journal this month. Mosasaurs were reptiles that moved back into the oceans and came to dominate shallow marine ecosystems between 65 million and 95 million or so years ago. The new fossil find still has its limbs intact, before they later evolved into flippers, indicating that it moved between land and sea. This was all prior to the mammalian species that moved back into the oceans, leading eventually to whales, dolphins and other marine mammals. For creationists, of course, this means there are two new “gaps” that have to be filled with transitional fossils. Heads they win, tails we lose.