DescriptionPlatyposaurus was a carnivorous Temnospondyli amphibian from the late Permain period about 255-250 million years ago.
One of the discoveries includes a skull 28 cm long with a purported body length of 250 cm representing a carnivorous adult specimen.
The fossil remains were found in Belebey, Bashkortostan in Russia, and the name Platyposaurus means "flat faced reptile" (information from wikipedia.org). It ocupied the ecological niche of today's crocodilians.
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