Papo Figurine, Kaprosuchus
The fearsome glory of the Kaprosuchus is perfectly captured in Papo’s prehistoric figure.
With a moveable mouth, incredible skin texture detail, an upright tail and open jaw, you’ll think you’re in the Middle Cretaceous Period!
A prehistoric crocodile — its name means ‘boar crocodile’ — the Kaprosuchus grew to six metres in length and weighed around 900kg! It had a 600cm long skull with tusks and lived about 100 to 95 million years ago. Once it found its prey, Kaprosuchus used its tusks to impale the creature and devour it with mighty jaws. And what chompers they were! The Papo figure thrills with multiple sets of huge, sharp teeth in the upper and lower jaws, sure to set your imagination on fire envisioning how deadly these would be in real life!
A stunningly detailed piece for the avid dinosaur collector, children’s play, or classroom.
- Middle Cretaceous Period
- Terrestrial Predator
- Species: K. saharicus (type).
- Know locations: Africa, Niger, Echkar Formation.
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