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Deinosuchus
Rob Sula print of Deinosuchus

Deinosuchus
Deinosuchus surprises an unsuspecting Dinosaur

Deinosuchus
Deinosuchus

Deinosuchus

Product description

Illustration of Deinosuchus seizing an unsuspecting ornithomimid dinosaur.
The dinosaur would have been around three metres in length.
 
Deinosuchus was an extinct relative of the alligator, and lived 80m to 73m years ago during the Late Cretaceous. The name translates from the greek as "Terrible Crocodile".
 
It was a massive predator, measuring up to 40 feet in length and around 8 tons in weight.
Deinosuchus had massive teeth built for crushing, and it would eat Dinosaurs, Sea Turtles, and Fish.
 
This limited edition print, by Rob Sula, can be framed if required. Please enquire.
 
45cm x 30.5cm


Code:

illro002

Weight:

0.1kg

Price:

£45.00


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