Sarcosuchus was a gigantic ancient relative of crocodiles, living in the Early Cretaceous Period around 112 million years ago. It could grow over 30 feet in length! It had a long, thin snout that ended in a thick, round projection known as a “bulla”.
- Scientific Name: Sarcosuchus (“Flesh Crocodile”)
- Characteristics: This crocodile-like Sarcosuchus figure is hand-painted and full of scientifically accurate details, from the large hump (bulla) on its nose to the wide flat scutes on its back. It’s posed in a walking stance, making its way across its tropical habitat.
- Size and Color: This Sarcosuchus figure is just over 10 inches in length, and stands 2 ¼ inches tall at the hump of its back. It’s about the size of a 20 oz bottle. Its coloration is brown above fading to a sandy yellow-brown below, with dark brown stripes and markings on its back and sides. Its eyes are green, and its teeth are off-white.
- The Sarcosuchus is part of the Wild Safari® Prehistoric World collection
- Non-toxic and BPA free
|Dimensions||10 x 2 x 2 in|
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