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4 Death of Being Wrestled To Death By Steve: WHO DO YOU THINK COLLECTS ALL THOSE CROCODILES?
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2013-11-29 Rerun commentary: Crocodiles, or more precisely crocodilians (crocodile-like animals), have been around a long, long time. The first ones evolved in the early Triassic period, around the same time as the very earliest dinosaurs, some 250 million years ago. And modern species of crocodiles and their relatives are still around today, so they've been very successful as a group.
Ancient crocodiles were even more impressive than modern ones. Sarcosuchus lived about 120 million years ago, in the early Cretaceous, and grew to some 12 metres long. Other prehistoric crocodilians of similar size include Deinosuchus, Purussaurus, and Gryposuchus. Yeah, there wasn't a big shortage of enormous monster crocodiles. These critters used to eat dinosaurs for a living.
So if you ever find yourself stranded in the Triassic, Jurassic, or Cretaceous, it's not just the dinosaurs you need to worry about. Be really, really careful going near a river to get a drink of water too.
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