(pronounced SALT-oh-po-SOOK-us) Saltoposuchus meaning leaping crocodile) was a lightly-built, bipedal reptile (a primitive Crocodylomorph, not a dinosaur) that was 3 ft 9 inches (1.15 m) long. This meat-eater had sharp, pointed teeth and two rows of armored plates on its back. It had long back legs, short front legs, and a long tail. Saltoposuchus
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Saltoposuchus is an extinct genus of small (3–5 feet), long- tailed crocodylomorph reptile (Sphenosuchia), from the Norian (Upper Triassic) of Europe. The name translated means "leaping crocodile". It has been proposed that Terrestrisuchus gracilis and Saltoposuchus connectens represent different ontogenetic stages of the same genus. In which ..
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