Suchomimus primarily follows a seafood diet. Its long snout and sharp talons make for a predator ideally suited to snatching prey from the water.
Despite this specialization, fully grown specimens are formidable enough to hunt down smaller herbivores if need be, and are certainly not above scavenging.
Due to its Semi-aquatic lifestyle, suchomimus can usually be found in wetlands, close to rivers and lakes.
Though smaller than Spinosaurus, this one is no pushover. True, it is no match for the likes of T.Rex and Giganotosaurus but smaller hunters should still be wary of taking on adult suchmomius alone. Strong legs allow it to outrun or chase them down with ease.
- Suchomimus means "Crocodile Mimic".