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Huge bus-sized crocodile dug up in Tunisia

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A terrifying new species of crocodile known as Machimosaurus rex has been unearthed in the Sahara.

A true prehistoric behemoth, this enormous sea-dwelling crocodile measured over 30ft long and weighed in at more than three tons. The largest crocodile ever to roam the world's oceans, Machimosaurus would have been a force to be reckoned with over 130 million years ago.

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TheGreatBeliever

Hope there be a dino zoo one day. Jurassic worlds ambience was beautiful. Had a mixture of mordern, traditional n nature.

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Dark_Grey

30 feet!

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Still Waters

'Crikey' as the late Steve Irwin would have probably said.

That's one size of a beast!

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Davros of Skaro

leviathan!

'Crikey' as the late Steve Irwin would have probably said.

That's one size of a beast!

What a ripper!

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MissJatti

If it's already got a name (Machimosaurus Rex), then how can it be a new species??..

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pallidin

If it's already got a name (Machimosaurus Rex), then how can it be a new species??..

See here: https://en.wikipedia...i/Machimosaurus

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bubblykiss

That guy should team up with Tic Toc The Croc and get Cap't Hook.

But no really, the diversity among the water reptile linage is just amazing.

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