Maybe the skull is actually like this as a Reptile and not an Ichthyosaur:
We also have complications of the limb bones which I'll talk about next post. All the excavated limb bones of this animal have nice round or "D" sections in the middle. But even the oldest Ichthyosaurs have 'flanges' on the Humerus and Femur which these bones lack. And the bones that would be in the lower limbs and hands are much too elongated and 'finger' shaped for Ichthyosaurs who's paddle bones resemble round or faceted disks instead of our finger bones.
Anyway, enjoy the teeth and details of this part of the skull.
Sincerely, Greg Carr