Extinct genus of crocodilian, closely related to true crocodiles, that lived in Pakistan during the late Oligocene period.- Astorgosuchus
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Extinct genus of hornless rhinoceros.
Bite marks on bones from the Bugti beds indicate that even adults may have been preyed on by 10 to 11 m-long crocodiles, Astorgosuchus.
Geological formation in western Pakistan, made up of Oligocene and early Miocene terrestrial fluvial facies.
Comprehensive listing of all genera that have ever been included in the clade Crurotarsi, excluding purely vernacular terms.
The largest prehistoric organisms include both vertebrate and invertebrate species.
Some close contenders in size are Astorgosuchus bugtiensis estimated at around 9-11 m and 3.5-7.3 tonne, and Purussaurus brasiliensis estimated at 11 - 13 m , according to another information, maximum estimate measure 11.4 m and almost 7.8 tonne in length and in weight respectively. Another large crocodilian is Rhamphosuchus, estimated at 8 – in length.