Ophthalmosaurus (Eye Lizard) was an Ichthyosaur of the Middle to Late Jurassic period. It is widely known for its disproportionately large eyes, which give the species its name. It had a toothless jaw perfect for catching squids and a 19.5 ft (6m) dolphin-shaped body. Ophthalmosaurus was closely related to its more famous cousin, Ichthyosaurus.
Inside the Marine Facility there was a framated photo of skelictals of three ichthyosaur genera. These were in the order of Chaohusaurus geishanensis, Mixosaurus cornalianus, and finally, Ophthalmosaurus icenicus.