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Answered Nov 21, 2019
Lagosuchus. Even though it wasn’t specifically from the dinosaur family, many paleontologists believe Lagosuchus may have been the genus of archosaur from which all dinosaurs evolved. It inherited its name because of its flat jaws.
It was thought that these creatures would chill out in the water with their jaws open, waiting for prey. This miniature and the curiously peculiar creature had a plethora of dinosaurs like characteristics including long legs, big feet, bipedal posture, and a flexible tail.
These particular traits afford speculation as to whether it is an ancestor of the first theropods of the middle to late Triassic period. It was a quick little reptile that scurried across certain parts of South America.