|Home time period||Cretaceous (Cenomanian)|
|Creature type||Titanosaur (Sauropod)|
Paralititan stomeri was a titanosaurid dinosaur from the Early to Late Cretaecous time period. 95 mya. It lived in Africa. At 26 metres long and weighing as much as 45 tonnes, it was one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered.
A huge herd of Paralititan was seen migrating towards a river to drink but then, a juvenile gets stuck in some mud. It's constant struggles to escape attracted a float of crocodiles. Then, a Sarcosuchus crawled out the water and showed its supremacy by warding off the crocodiles. It then waited then started biting on one of the Paralititan's hind legs. After a while of thrashing around, an adult Carcharodontosaurus appeared. It then had a deadly game of tug-of-war with the crocodile until it won. The theropod dragged the juvenile out the mud and attacked it. Just as it was about to deliver the final blow, the adult Paralititan intervened and scared off the attacker. The herd wondered off with the juvenile, who survived. When Paralititan became extinct, Carcharodontosaurus followed. It was one of the largest creatures ever to walk the Earth.
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