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Sebecidae is an extinct family of prehistoric crocodylomorphs. They
lived mostly in Argentina. This group included many medium and
large - sized genera, from Sebecus to a giant indeterminate unnamed
species from the Miocene. The Crocodylomorpha are an important
group of archosaurs that include the crocodilians and their extinct
relatives. During Mesozoic and early Tertiary times the
Crocodylomorpha were far more diverse than they are now.
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