Real Fossil - Eocene 50 Mya -Morocco
Dyrosaurus is a species of marine crocodile, adapted for an almost exclusively aquatic life. When swimming, the propulsive force would come from the tail while the legs were used for steering. In life, the back would be covered with osteoderms (bony plates) like modern crocodiles and alligators.


  • Title: Dyrosaurus sp.

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