Definitions

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  • noun zoology Any of several extinct crocodyliforms of the family Dyrosauridae

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Examples

  • Bony and cartilaginous fish dominate the bone assemblage, which also includes minor reptilian elements from sea turtles, sea snakes, and dyrosaurid crocodilians.

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  • Bony and cartilaginous fish dominate the bone assemblage, which also includes minor reptilian elements from sea turtles, sea snakes, and dyrosaurid crocodilians.

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  • A. guajiraensis is a new species of dyrosaurid, a species once believed to inhabit mostly ocean habitats.

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  • Prior to this finding, only one other dyrosaurid skull from South America had been described.

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  • Prior to this finding, only one other dyrosaurid skull from South America had been described.

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  • Prior to this finding, only one other dyrosaurid skull from South America had been described.

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  • Prior to this finding, only one other dyrosaurid skull from South America had been described.

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  • Titanoboa consumed the dyrosaurid, but given that the giant snake had to be eating something it is not unreasonable to assume that Cerrejonisuchus sometimes wound up as a meal.

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  • Prior to this finding, only one other dyrosaurid skull from South America had been described.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Prior to this finding, only one other dyrosaurid skull from South America had been described.

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