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Sebecia is an extinct clade of mesoeucrocodylian crocodyliforms
that includes peirosaurids and sebecids. It was first constructed
in 2007 to include Hamadasuchus, Peirosauridae, and Sebecus. It was
initially considered to be the sister taxon of the clade Neosuchia,
which includes living crocodilians, although some later studies
have placed it within Neosuchia as a basal clade. Sebecians were
terrestrial crocodyliforms characterized by their deep snouts and
ziphodont dentitions. They first appeared in the Late Cretaceous,
survived the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event, and went extinct
in the Miocene epoch.
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