This "terrible croc" was an opportunistic apex predator capable of eating even huge dinosaurs. With blunt teeth, well-suited for crushing bone and shell, This 30+ ft long crocodile species terrorized the coasts of the ancient Laramidian continent (now western North America) durring Campanian time 75 million years ago. Fossil vertebrae from dinosaurs, as well as fossil shell from giant turtles have been discovered in associated rock units, which show bite-mark evidence from predation by Deinosuchus. Our specimen can be posed by itself, or paired with the Terataphoneus to illustrate that even Tyrannosaurs were not safe from this "terrible crocodile".
Other related specimens for displays: Kosmosceratops richardsoni, Terataphoneus currie juvenile, Terataphoneus adult, Utahceratops gettyi