Fossil hunters unearth galloping, dinosaur-eating crocodiles in Sahara
Fossil hunters have uncovered the remains of primitive crocodiles that "galloped" on land and patrolled the broad rivers that coursed through north Africa one hundred million years ago. The skeletons of five creatures that walked with dinosaurs - and ate them - were unearthed in remote and rocky regions of what are now Morocco and Niger during a series of expeditions in the Sahara desert.
I'm Clearly Going to Need to Write About These Galloping, Dinosaur-Eating Crocodiles from the Prehistoric Sahara, too.
And now we interrupt your regular programming to bring you a very special kind of awesome: http://www.theguardian.com/science/2009/nov/19/galloping-dinosaur-eating-crocodiles