Palaeosaniwa was a large carnivorous lizard from the Late Cretaceous period of North America, living around 66 mya. A member of the same stem family as today’s monitor lizards, it was as large as its modern cousin- the Komodo Dragon. Nearing 11 feet long and weighing an estimated 200 lbs, Paleosaniwa would have been a fearsome predator in its environment, even likely preying on baby dinosaurs. However, despite its large size, it was still dwarfed by the many local giant dinosaurs, such as T.rex or Triceratops.


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