Spinovaranus africanus, a 3 to 4 meter long sail-backed monitor lizard with an upright walking position and a slightly bird-like skull build. The sail is much smaller in females and serves in the males as a mating display. They are coastal predators and feed on mammal-sharks and other small to medium sized fish, which live in the shallow waters between the stones. It cares for its young and has a throat-sack in which it stores food to feed to its young at a later moment, just like some birds. It lived some 132 million years from now at the South-African coast during the Palalom.
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