Rhamphosuchus

Rhamphosuchus

For many years scientists believed that Rhamphosuchus was one of the largest, if not the largest crocodylian that ever lived, reaching an estimated length of 15 to 18 m (49 to 59 ft) and 20 tons in weight. However, a more recent study suggests that the animal may have been 8–11 m in length, and therefore is not the largest known crocodylian. Photo: Prehistoric Animals on blogspot.

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