Researchers identify new 'top predator' prehistoric croc

The team analyzed fossils of the 95 million-year-old gator and its prey that were discovered in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and determined it could grow to be 20-feet-long.

Researchers have identified a prehistoric ancestor of the modern-day crocodile that lived 95 million years ago in what is now Texas.The team analyzed fossils of the creature and its prey that were discovered in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, and determined it could grow to be 20-feet-long.They say it ate 'whatever it wanted in its environment,' from plants and turtles to dinosaurs.Scroll down for video  Researchers have identified a prehistoric ancestor of the modern-day c...