How to pronounce it's name:Tell-ee-o-saw-rus
Definition of name: "end reptile"
Lived when: Late Triassic and throughout the Cretaceous period where
they survived the mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs
Type of food eaten: Carnivorous (fish and small reptiles)
Fossils found where: First found in 1758 on the Yorkshire coastline
Model facts: The Teleosaurs were associated by the modellers with the
modern day crocodiles that still live in the River Ganges in India who
have long, slim snouts and many sharp teeth
They lived in salt water and are very similar to the modern day crocodiles.
Like sharks, which have also remained unchanged by evolution for millions
of years, the crocodilians became perfectly adapted to their environment
and food source very early on.