Isolated fish remains including a tooth of the oldest described frilled shark, Chlamydoselachus thomsoni sp. nov. are described and figured from the Santa Marta Formation (Santonian–Campanian, Late Cretaceous) of James Ross Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Their geological and palaeoecological context is considered in the light of recent geological studies.
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