- Name Meaning: “Crocodile mimic”
- Habitat: Africa
- Length: 35 ft11m
- Weight: 3 tons3,000 kg
- Stance: Biped
- Diet: Carnivore
- Age: Cretaceous
The Suchomimus is known for the distinctive sail on its lower back and the huge, foot-long claws on each thumb that it uses to catch fish.
Fossil imagery courtesy of Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Did you know?
Suchomimus gets its name from its distinctive crocodile-like snout.