A group of researchers from the Spitsbergen Mesozoic Reseach Group at the Natural History Museum, UiO, have discovered a 238 million year old ichtysaur fossil on Marmierfjellet, Svalbard. Field campaign leader Jørn H. Hurum says the discovery is unusual due to its age and size.

Read the news story at NRK Troms, where you also find an interview with Victoria Sjøholt Engelschiøn who participated in the field work as part of her PhD work in ARCEx.