This illustration shows how Acherontisuchus guajiraensis, a 60-million-year-old ancestor of crocodiles, would have looked in its natural setting. University of Florida researchers describe the new species in a study published Sept. 15 in Palaeontology. Titanoboa, the worldâs largest snake, is pictured in the background.
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