10 Prehistoric Predators We’re Glad Aren’t Around Anymore

Sarcosuchus

Sarcosuchus was quite similar to a crocodile, and it spent most of its time submerged in shallow water while awaiting prey. The beast was not picky on what it ate, and was willing to ambush any unsuspecting creature to cross its path.


Smilodon

Smilodon, otherwise known as the sabre-toothed tiger, attacked its victims with long canine teeth. The four-legged cat relied on ambushing techniques to overtake its prey, which included large herbivores, sinking their teeth into vital organs.

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