Magyarosuchus fitosi is an extinct genus of metriorhynchoid crocodyliform that lived in Hungary during the Early Jurassic period around 180 million years ago. This species is the missing link in the evolution of ancient crocodiles to dolphin-like creatures. It used to roamed the Mediterranean region of the Tethys Ocean. It can grow up to 15.3-15.9 feet (4.67-4.83 meters) long and had large, pointed teeth for grasping prey.

Art impression of Magyarosuchus fitosi
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