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Baryonyx Walkeri, discovered in England in 1983, is the third largest member of the Spinosauridae family (after Spinosaurus and Suchomimus). This family of theropods are known for their long crocodilian snouts. This feature lead me to depict the Baryonyx in a forested wetland, wading through the groves, snapping up fish.
The long snout, angled teeth, and long hooked thumb, lead scientists to believe that the members of this family were fish eaters, and probably used techniques similar to grizzlies for grabbing fish from the water.
Despite its more popular cousins, the more complete skeletons and stronger evidence for its fish-eating habits, long before any other piscovorous dinosaur was found, has lead Baryonyx to become my favorite Megalosauroidea, and possibly favorite dinosaur.

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