Bone Clones BC-040
Thoosuchus were semi-aquatic batrachomorphs that lived worldwide many years ago. Similar in appearance to salamanders, thoosuchus are the most likely ancestors of the modern-day tail-less amphibians we call frogs. Some had well-developed gills, while some possessed primitive lungs. Their numerous sharp teeth and large palatal fangs indicate they were active predators.
5" L x 3 ¼" W x 1" H 12.8L x 8.1W X 2.8H (cm)