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Quinkana babarra, a new species of ziphodont mekosuchine crocodile from the Early Pliocene Bluff Downs Local Fauna, northern Australia with a revision of the genus.
We don’t really know what D. andiniensis was doing, but terrestrial reptiles with deep snouts and ziphodont teeth – like theropods and sebecosuchian crocodilians – made a living by taking slashing, debilitating bites from large prey animals.
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