Sarcosuchus (3/8)

Though not technically a crocodile due to its massive size, the Sarcosuchus reached a length of forty feet which made it almost over double the size of the largest crocodile residing in today’s world. Living alongside the dinosaurs, the Sarcosuchus had a bite that bettered most land-residing predators of its day. In fact, the Sarcosuchus’ might was so great that it would have no problem taking down its favoured prey: medium sized dinosaurs. 

Written by James Metcalfe

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