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Postosuchus kirkpatricki

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Postosuchus kirkpatricki
Postosuchus kirkpatricki was an extinct reptile that lived during the Triassic period, approximately 237 to 201 million years ago. It was an archosaur, a group that includes the ancestors of crocodiles and birds, but not directly related to dinosaurs.

Postosuchus kirkpatricki was a carnivorous predator that occupied a prominent place in the food chain of its ecosystem. It was a large and robust animal, with strong limbs and sharp claws. Its total length is estimated at around 4.5 meters.

This reptile had distinctive characteristics, such as a large, elongated head with sharp, curved teeth, indicative of its carnivorous diet. Its body structure suggests that it was probably quadruped, that is, it walked on four limbs.

Fossils of Postosuchus have been found in rock formations dating back to the Carnian era, which is one of the ages of the Triassic period.

Approximate measurements of Postosuchus:
  • Scale 1:35 Complete
    • Length 127mm
    • Height 63mm
    • Snout-tail length 142 mm
  • Scale 1:20 Assembly kit two pieces
    • Length 225mm
    • Height 110mm
    • Snout-tail length 252 mm