PGS Daily Dinosaur – Indosuchus raptorius

The daily dinosaurs to this point have been downright petite compared to Indosuchus raptorius. 7 meters long and weighing 1.2 tonnes, he is our biggest daily dinosaur yet. Scroll down to learn more.

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Indosuchus raptorius
7 m (23 ft) TL, 1.2 tonnes
FOSSIL REMAINS Partial skulls and skeleton.
ANATOMICAL CHARACTERISTICS Head unadorned.
AGE Late Cretaceous, Maastrichtian.
DISTRIBUTION AND FORMATION Central India; Lameta.
HABITS Hunted titanosaur sauropods and ankylosaurs.
NOTES This species probably includes Indosaurus matleyi. Shared its habitat with larger Rajasaurus. Prey included Isisaurus and Jainosaurus.