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Re: Mammal-like crocodilian described
Pristichampsus was a long-legged 'hoofed crocodile' from the Eocene, which may
have been able
to run bipedally according to some sources.
On Thu, Aug 5th, 2010 at 9:51 AM, Dan Chure <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> There is, I believe, a group of Tertiary crocs that are considered to
> be at least facultatively bipedal, although I am unfamiliar with the
> details as to why that is thought to be so.
> On 8/4/2010 5:44 PM, GUY LEAHY wrote:
> > This is interesting:
> > http://www.ohio.edu/research/communications/crocteeth.cfm
> > It's pretty amazing to consider how ecologically diverse Mesozoic crocs
> > were compared
> > to extant relatives. One wonders what early Cenozoic faunas would have
> > looked like
> > if some of these croc lineages had survived the K-Pg extinction event...
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