Kaprosuchus saharicus.

Kaprosuchus saharicus was a huge crocodile that lived in the Upper Cretaceous in Niger (Africa). This dinosaur is not extremely large as it could be other prehistoriccrocodiles as Deinosuchus or Sarcosuchus Imperator. "Only"average 6 meters but what is striking is his face. He had a terrible predator face, large protruding teethabove and below the jaw and a rough bump on the snout (emerging from thesquamous and parietal) giving it an aggressive appearance that recalls when wolvesbaring their teeth defensive position . We, as the most terrible dragon fantasy filmstoday.

Another difference between the Kaprosuchus saharicus and other crocodiles is thatthe basins of the hojos projected forward, not upward. Had stereoscopic vision, similar to the hunters like lions or wolves.
In fact, this animal was a predator prehistoric Earth, but also water. Because land isattributed hunter strong legs that allowed him to pursue their prey with great speed and run at a certain height from the ground (to be cococrilo).

Finally, thanks to their appearance, their disproportionately large, sharp fangs, was given the name of Kaprosuchus, meaning crocodile boar. Referring to the tusks of theboars that tend to stand out from the muzzle. And saharicus that their bones werefound in the Sahara.


The Gigantoraptor is half bird, half dinosaur, not known, but what is .... is that it is a mystery.

Discovered in 2005 in the Gobi desert, lived 80 million years ago in the land of the Cretaceous period.
Its resemblance to the birds include anatomical features such as a peak instead of teeth in the jaws and the possibility of being covered with feathers. That's why we think it is the largest winged animal that has never existed. Whether flying or not.

Another question that appears on this prehistoric animal, half dinosaur, half bird, is your diet: it is thought that it was herbivorous, but on the other hand, has strong claws and is regarded as agile and fast moving, predatory characteristics. In short, we'll know later.

But how long the Gigantoraptor? For their measurements are 5 meters (17ft) tall to 8 meters (26ft) long and weighing about 2 tonnes. Oviraptoridae family, is the oldest. The Oviraptoridae are a group of dinosaurs known to include many feathered species. Gigantoraptor was much larger, about 35 times larger than its likely close relative, Caudipteryx.

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