Champsosaurus

Champsosaurus is an extinct genus of diapsid reptile belonging to the order Choristodera. It grew to about 1.50 m (5 ft) long, though C. gigas, the largest species, reached 3-3.5 m (10–12 ft) in length. Champsosaurus resembled a gharial and, like gharials, hunted in rivers and swamps, catching fish with its long, tooth-lined jaws. It probably sw...
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Champsosaurus

(pronounced CHAMP-so-SAWR-us) Champsosaurus was a long-jawed early reptile, a champsosaur that lived during the late Cretaceous period through the Eocene period. This fish-eater was about 5 feet (1.5 m) long, and lived in rivers and swamps. It had powerful jaws in a very long, thin, toothed snout, four short legs, and a long tail which it used to p...
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Champsosaurus

Champsosaurus A “long-jawed early reptile”, a Champsosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period through the Eocene period. It was not a dinosaur.
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