The greater terradile (Terrestrisuchus modernus, name meaning "modern land crocodile") is a species of primitive terrestrial crocodylomorph that originally lived in what is now the British Isles during the Late Triassic and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and introduced to the modern British Isles, including England, to help boost biodiversity. It is a rather small crocodilian relative and can grow to be about 50 cm (1 feet 8 in) long as well as weighing about as much as an opossum. The greater terradile is a carnivore that mainly feeds on insects, scorpions, fish, frogs, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and carrion. The conservation status of the greater terradile is Least Concern due to successful conservation efforts, the greater terradile's wide range, and its ability to adapt to life in the cities and suburbs.
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