Sarcosuchus olympius (name meaning "Olympus flesh crocodile") is a species of crocodile relative that originally lived in what is now Brazil and Africa during the Early Cretaceous and was once extinct, but Sarcosuchus olympius since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and now lives in Cretaceous Park located in Sacramento, California. It is one of the largest known crocodylomorph reptiles, rivaling the Deinosuchus in size. Like Deinosuchus, Sarcosuchus olympius is known to feed on carrion and living large animals twice as big as African elephants, but in Cretaceous Park, it is given carrion as well as live cows and pigs as alternatives to any wildlife. Like crocodiles, it is a semi-aquatic ambush predator, living mostly in water, only to come into land to bask, rest, and/or to lay/protect eggs. Some Sarcosuchus fans once requested Sarcosuchus olympius to be released into the wild, but SciiFii rejected the idea as they worried that, since Sarcosuchus olympius is a massive carnivore and if groups of Sarcosuchus olympius were introduced to the modern ecosystem, they would likely drive large mammals like elephants to extinction, due to these large mammals having slow reproduction and not being used to crocodylomorphs bigger than native modern saltwater crocodiles.
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