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Originally posted by Jace26
reply to post by TheCommentator
Koolasuchus was a species confined only to Australia. The Brachyopoids died out elsewhere but only managed to survive in Australia because of the extreme cold temperatures, which kept out crocodiles that comperted with it for food.
How would a Koolasuchus be living on the other side of the planet? Besides it would not have been that long and the head would have been much, much wider.
Show me where I said this.
Firstly, you did say it was a Koolusuchus you are contradicting yourself.
Brachypoidea are shellfish.
Secondly, it is in the brachypoidea family.
I never said that they did but anything is possible I guess.
Thirdly, it is not possible for the Koolasuchus to have traveled to the northern hemisphere as it was too warm during that period and it would have had to competed with crocodiles etc.
You just made yourself look like an idiot.
Originally posted by wonderboy2402
I would call it suspect considering how much movement is happening in this river. Alot of ice and areas of turbulence in the water... My guess is something caught in the current? Would have been nice to actually see this move against the current, but the vid makes it hard to tell if it is actually swimming as opposed to just flopping around.
Originally posted by TheCommentator
Reminds me of a koolasuchus: