Stephen Mack
From wikipedia: "Sarcosuchus, commonly called SuperCroc, is an extinct genus of crocodyliform and distant relative of the crocodile that lived 112 million years ago. It dates from the early Cretaceous Period of what is now Africa and South America and is one of the largest crocodile-like reptiles that ever lived. It was almost twice as long as the modern saltwater crocodile and weighed approximately 8 to 10 tonnes. Until recently, all that was known of the genus was a few fossilised teeth and armour scutes, which were discovered in the Sahara Desert by the French paleontologist Albert-Félix de Lapparent, in the 1940s or 1950s. He called it the 'Aoulef crocodile'. However, in 1997 and 2000, American paleontologist Paul Sereno discovered half a dozen new specimens, including one with about half the skeleton intact and most of the spine. All of the other giant crocodyliformes are known only from a few partial skulls, so which is actually the biggest is an open question." - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
Next up: SuperCroc versus Sharktopus versus DinoCat. - Stephen Mack
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