Rhynchosaurs were a group of
diapsid reptiles related to Archosaurs. They lived during
most of the
and seem to have been extremely abundant.
Rhynchosaurs were all herbivores. They had stocky bodies, hind feet
with massive claws adapted for digging, and a powerful
beak. The earliest Rhynchosaurs tended to resemble lizards, but later
species tended to have a broader triangular skull suggestive of
powerful jaw muscles, and a premaxilla (the bone at the end of the upper
jaw) extending outwards from the beak.
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