Prehistoric Animals That We Are Glad Went Extinct

Deinosuchus

#17 Deinosuchus

Picture our modern-day crocodiles and amplify their degree of terror by 200%. Yes, that’s how you get the Deinosuchus.

This prehistoric predator is a close relative of our alligators and crocodiles. Boy, are we glad it went extinct 80 million years ago!

The Deinosuchus could grow up to 40-feet in length and had razor-sharp teeth that enabled it to jab at big dinosaurs.

It generally lived near the water, but it could give the terrestrial T-rex nightmares!

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