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See a life-size model of Sarcosuchus imperator in person. Check the following dates for a city near you. (Additional dates will be added soon.)

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WHO: Sarcosuchus imperator (“Flesh crocodile emperor”)

WHAT: One of the largest crocodilians ever—weighing about ten tons and measuring roughly 40 feet (12 meters) long

WHERE: Sub-Saharan Africa

WHEN: About 110 million years ago, during the middle Cretaceous era, when dinosaurs also lived
 
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