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Rhinesuchus (meaning "‬nose crocodile")‬ was a temnospondyl amphibian that lived during the late Permian period.

It was about 1-‭‬3‭ ‬meters (3.28-9.84 ft) long carnivore. The skull on Rhinesuchus had a flat triangular shape with blunt snout similar to some of the other large amphibians and had a palate filled with small sharp teeth suggesting that it hunted fish.‭ ‬Also,‭ ‬the small eyes were on top of the head suggesting that it approached its prey from below.

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