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Crocodylomorpha is a group within the class of Reptilia that represents modern day crocodiles, alligators, caimans and gharials or gavials and their extinct relatives. The first representatives of this group within the Archosaur group are known from the Triassic.

Extant representatives mainly live in freshwater, with the saltwater crocodile being an exception to this. In the fossil record crocodylomorpha are known from different environments, marine, freshwater and terrestrial.



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