Kaprosuchus shows that prehistoric ‘crocs’ were more diverse than crocodiles today. This extinct relative of modern crocodiles had tusk-like fangs that earned it the nickname “boar croc”. It lived in northern Africa during the late Cretaceous, 95 million years ago.
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Can’t get enough of crocodilians?
Get your claws on some pencils and learn how to draw a Borealosuchus formidabilis, an ancient crocodile relative that lived in the midwest 60 million years ago and was identified by Bruce Erickson, a former Science Museum scientist!