Sebecosuchians were crocodylomorphs from the late Cretaceous to the Miocene. They were most common in South America, but fossils have been found from Europe, north Africa, and Asia. These were largely terrestrial animals, living a lifestype perhaps similar to that of the Komodo Dragon. They had large, powerful running legs, a deep snout, and knife-teeth for cutting flesh. They typically reached Medium size as adults.
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