Succinodon putzeri (meaning "narrow jaw") was the scientific name given by German paleontologist Friedrich von Huene to a fossil that he attributed to the sauropod family Titanosauridae. It was discovered in late-Cretaceous rock near Warsaw, Poland, in 1941. He believed it to be a jaw bone.

In 1981, however, an analysis by Polish paleontologists Krystyna Pożaryska and Halina Pugaczewska showed that the specimen was actually a piece of fossilized wood filled with the burrowings of wood-boring bivalves.[1]

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