- Name Meaning: “Heavy Claw”
- Habitat: River Deltas of Europe
- Length: 30 ft9m
- Weight: 2 tons2,000 kg
- Stance: Biped
- Diet: Primarily fish
- Age: Early Cretaceous
Baryonyx is one of the largest fish-eating dinosaurs. Its crocodile-like head and dangerous claws make it a master hunter of rivers and lakes for Cretaceous-era sushi.
Fossil imagery courtesy of Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Did you know?
Baryonyx hunts much like a bear, sweeping the river for fish with its powerful claws.