Sarcosuchus - 2020 Wild Safari
Sarcosuchus is thought to be among the largest of the Crocodyliformes, a group composed of crocodiles and their close ancestors. Fragments of its skeleton were found between 1946 and 1959, but in 1964 a nearly complete skull was discovered. More recent fossils found in the late 1990s and early 2000s provided even more complete skeletal information.
Sarcosuchus lived in a humid environment in and around freshwater rivers, where it may have fed on large fish and even land animals it could snatch unsuspecting from the water’s edge.
Size in inches: 10.37 L x 2.63 W x 2.25 H