YOUNG AUSTRALIAN POSES WITH MODEL OF GIANT CROCODILE IN SYDNEY.
Australian Sam Kotzur, 3, from Sydney rests on a model of a giant crocodile
at the creature's exhibit unveiling at the Australian Museum in Sydney
September 3, 2003. Nicknamed "SuperCroc", sarchosuchus imperator (flesh
crocodile emperor) which was 11 metres long, had jaws with over 100 teeth,
lived on earth 110 million years ago and is possibly one of the largest
crocodilians ever known to exist, scientists said. The creature's skull was
found in the Sahara Desert in the year 2000. REUTERS/Will Burgess