(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 (1-1.5 m and 10-15 kg), 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...
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