Suchomimus californii (name meaning "California crocodile mimic") is a species of large spinosaurid theropod dinosaur that originally lived in what is now Early Cretaceous Africa and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and now lives in Cretaceous Park located in Sacramento, California. It can grow to be about 36 feet long and weigh about as much as the largest known white rhinoceros in Holocene-Anthropocene, slightly bigger than the closely related Baryonyx. It is a carnivore that mainly feeds on fish and carrion, but can also feed on smaller land animals as big as or smaller than a grizzly bear in times of hardship. It is mostly a solitary, unless Suchomimus californii congregate in large rivers/lakes to catch aquatic animals, or if it's mating seasons, when the throat pouches of male Suchomimus californii turn bright red and the males try to attract mates with the colorful throat pouches and make booming noises, if successful, the males will breed with females.
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