Schleich Dinosaurs Postosuchus
The postosuchus was an archosaur and thus a close relative of today's crocodiles. He had conspicuous skin ossifications and a long, narrow snout. Most of the time he moved forward on four legs. But he also sometimes stood on his hind legs to hold prey with his claws. When the postosuchus of Schleich® Dinosaurs opens his strong, mobile jaw, the sharp, dagger-like teeth can be seen.
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