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Not so fast, mammals! Part II by HodariNundu Not so fast, mammals! Part II by HodariNundu
Un monstruoso Indricotherium (rinoceronte sin cuernos de entre 12 y 20 toneladas) se convierte en presa de un aún mas monstruoso Crocodylus bugtiensis (¡primero en DA!)
Restos de este cocodrilo colosal de hasta 11 metros de largo- no tenia nada que envidiarle a los cocodrilos del Cretacico- han sido hallados en Baluchistán, en las mismas rocas que los de Indricotherium. Mas aun, los restos de este ultimo a menudo tienen las marcas de mordeduras de aquel, prueba de que no importa que tan grande llegues a ser, siempre habrá alguien capaz de comerte.

Este dibujo es una secuela de Not so fast, mammals!!… tambien sobre un cocodrilo enorme... pero de tierra :D

A monstrous Indricotherium (hornless rhino that could weigh up to 12-20 tons) becomes prey of an even more monstrous Crocodylus bugtiensis (first in Deviantart!)
Remains of this colossal crocodile that could measure up to 11 meters long- in the same league as the famous Cretaceous supercrocs- have been found in Baluchistan, in the same rocks as Indricotherium. Even more- the fossil bones of the latter are often found with the bite marks of the croc, more proof that no matter how big you get, there will always be someone able to eat you.

Think of this as a sequel to Not so fast, mammals!!… which also features a giant croc... but on land. :D
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WDGHK Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014
Well this just proves that you cant escape the food change no matter how big you get.
stark002 Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014
Holy smokin guns!!!!
Did this croc fight with the entelodonts and giant bear-dogs?
WDGHK Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2014
Im pretty sure both of them vey easy game if the croc ambushed them while they were drinking.
Dinopithecus Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2014
Interesting drawing.

I am very interested in how a ~5 tonne croc will fare against a ~11 tonne hyracodontid. I'm guessing not exactly very well.
Revolution2014 Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014
Crocs in Africa catch Cape Buffalo, do not know the weight ratio of them, but I think the crocs are much lighter. 
VenturaSalas Featured By Owner May 2, 2014
No sabia de este titanico cocodrilo...hay fuentes de el? :D
HodariNundu Featured By Owner May 3, 2014   General Artist
Lo leí en un libro que salió hace poco sobre indricoterios :B Creo que se llama Rhinoceros Giants o algo asi
VenturaSalas Featured By Owner May 3, 2014
El libro Rhinoceros Giants? lo tienes? Waw!! *O* eh deseado ese libro desde hace mucho tiempo! Muchas gracias por afirmar. 
RajaHarimau98 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
What's the temporal range on the big C. bugtiensis (if you know)?
fatbeardC34 Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2013
I think this is what I love most about you, Hodari. You take the all the badass prehistoric monsters that nobody has heard of and give them life. I sometimes just browse wikipedia's page for largest prehistoric lifeforms and when I search for an artistic interpretation of them, yours is often the first result. So thank you, Hodari, for giving the other monsters of the past some much needed attention.
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