Onchopristis was a genus of giant sawfish that lived in the Upper Cretaceous in or near North Africa.

Behaviour And AppearanceEdit

It had a long hard shovel-shaped snout lined on both sides with hooked, barbed teeth. It is thought that it travelled it to fresh water to protect its young but while the adults traveled through the river
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s they were exposed to new threats like spinosaurus and sucomimus. Common droughts mean that the sawfish did not always have access to the sea or to a river.