Pholidosauridae von Zittel and Eastman, 1902
Common Name: Crocodile
Key morphological features: The Pholidosauridae are best known for their long, narrow jaws. They likely preyed on fish of the Western Interior Seaway. It is thought they likely inhabited near-shore estuaries and freshwater lagoons of the Western Interior Seaway.
SIZE: Up to 12 meters long (39ft)
MOBILITY: Mobile (swim)
FEEDING MODE: Predator
Everhart, M. J., 2005. Oceans of Kansas: A Natural History of the Western Interior Sea. Indiana University Press, Bloomington. 322 pp.