Mystriosuchus.
This was a large (13 feet long) Triassic phytosaur, found to have lived in the brackish water of river mouths and possibly into the sea itself. It was more adapted to aquatic life than many of the other phytosaurs, with smaller legs and a longer body and tail, and thin jaws for catching fish.

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