Smilosuchus was the apex predator of Late Triassic rivers and lakes. Smilosuchus was the heaviest, most dangerous carnivore in its world and was was unusual because it was a predator with nearly complete armored protection. Thick rectangular armor plated covered the back and neck, while thinner plates protected the throat and stomach.


  • Title: Croc-oid Predator with Snorkel (Smilosuchus)

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