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Deinosuchus by Carnegie


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An enormous prehistoric alligator that ambushed dinosaurs in the Cretaceous.
This Cretaceous "terrible crocodile" would make a modern alligator look like a household pet; some estimates place the total body length at around fifty feet.  These reptiles were easily large enough to snatch up dinosaurs drinking carelessly from a local water source.  Scientists have calculated that Deinosuchus could bite with a pressure exceeding 18,000 newtons - more biting power than even the largest of Tyrannosaurs.  This figure of the Deinosuchus has been realistically sculpted with dorsal osteoderms, and is exactly 22 centimers in length.

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