Kaprosuchus is known only from a mostly complete skull, which features boar-like tusks and projecting horns behind its eyes. From this skull, as well as bones from closely related animals, scientists were able to draw some conclusions about how the rest of Kaprosuchus might have looked.
Since it believed to have been largely a land-based animal, Kaprosuchus is thought to have had a more upright posture than modern crocodiles, with its limbs pointing straighter toward the ground rather than sprawling out to the side.
Length: 6 m (20 ft)
Weight: 907 kg (2,000 pounds)