Paul Sereno on Discovering an Ancient Fanged 'Boar-Croc'
The boar-croc is a relative of the modern crocodile and lived in the African Sahara 90 million years ago. The boar-croc has two horns coming out the back of the skull, a stub nose in the front, and three sets of fangs.
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