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Re: Deinosuchus basics

>Within the crown-group, there's Deinosuchus and, in the Tertiary,
>Rhamphosuchus (a really big gavialoid) and Purussaurus (a giant caiman),
>all of which were *probably* in the 30 to 40 foot range.

I heard somewhere (how's that for being scientific?) that the largest known
Australian Saltwater Croccodiles were reported to be specimens just over
30' long.   I'm guessing that  those guys were a bit bigger than that?  And
wasn't there another really big one that lived in Quatternary South

Seth A. Ellestad.