Astorgosuchus is an extinct species of crocodilian, closely related to true crocodiles. The species lived in Pakistan during the late Oligocene period. The clade contains a single species, A. bugtiensis.


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Astorgosuchus may have preyed upon Paraceratherium, an extinct genus of giant rhinoceros, based upon finds of Paraceratherium bones that had conical tooth prints matching that of the A. bugtiensis. However; it is far more likely that A. bugtiensis preyed on the young, or else ill, Paraceratherium, due to their extremely large size as adults. [1]



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