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Earth Poster featuring the digital art Kaprosuchus Crocodyliforms by Walter Myers

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Kaprosuchus Crocodyliforms Poster


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Kaprosuchus Crocodyliforms poster by Walter Myers.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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20-foot-long, 1-ton mahajangasuchid crocodyliforms of the genus Kaprosuchus mill about at water's edge near a baobab tree 95 million years ago in what is today Africa. A distant relative of the crocodile, and somewhat larger than modern saltwater crocodiles, Kaprosuchus is notable for boar-like tusks that that project above and below its skull (lending it the nickname BoarCroc). With legs longer than modern crocodiles', Kaprosuchus may have roamed Africa's plains in search of prey which likely included dinosaurs.Baobabs, trees of the genus Adansonia from the mallow family, are large, drought-resistant trees with very thick trunks (a much as 40 feet in diameter) and growing as tall as 100 feet. The thick trunks can store an enormous amount of water. Baobabs are deciduous, shedding their leaves during the dry season.The ground foliage is made up of varieties of fern while the reed-like water plants are in fact horsetails.

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Walter Myers

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