Sarcosuchus has to date not been found in Morocco. The Kem Kem beds isn't a formation. It contains both the Ifezouane and Aoufous formations. The largest crocodile found here is Elosuchus (a close relative of Sarcosuchus), which got to at least 8 meters and probably larger.#19 = Sarchosuchus from the Kem Kem Beds Formation and the Aoufous Formation of Northern Africa. A large crocodile that preyed on small to medium sized herbivores. Even if its not a dinosaur, it lived in the same era and even ate other dinosaurs. It was estimated to be 11-12m in length.
Yes please! Great listIt would be a great idea to bring back dinosaurs from Jurassic Park Operation Genesis and add others very interesting. Triassic dinosaurs are missing, and
I would love a DLC of this era.
1 - Albertosaurus
2 - Ouranosaurus
3 - Dryosaurus
4 - Homalocephale
5 - Acrocanthosaurus
6 - Argentinosaurus
7 - Therizinosaurus
8 - Procompsognathus
9 - Herrerasaurus
10 - Coelophysis
There is also the fact that the majority of Mesozoic Amber comes from the Cretaceous of the northern hemisphere, primarily due to a boom in Araucariaceae, with the earliest major site for insects in Amber being that of the Earliest Cretaceous of Lebanon (Actually part of the African continent at the time).Chapter 6, about "Insects and other articulated animals" briefly mentions Pseudopolycentropodidae from the mid Jurassic as one of the first mosquitoes...and that got me thinking: if mosquitoes appeared THEN, it would be the logical thing for earlier dinosaurs to not have high quality, amber fossils. They would take longer to get the full genome of Triassic dinosaurs, but their dig sites would be quite profitable when you take dig yield into account.
About other blood-sucking arthropods: ticks appeared later, during the Cretaceous, and fleas -while having an origin contemporary to mosquitoes- most likely were highly specialized and affected only mammals at first, and birds (dinosaurs) only more recently
It didn't. Wikipedia often has little things wrong with it and is often out of date.I actually googled these areas and they are classified as formations. The info I got said Sarcosuchus has been found there. Don't forget, this animal lived in the same areas as Spinosaurus and CHarcharodontosaurus.