Elosuchus is a genus of prehistoric crocodyliform that lived during the Cretaceous period.
While not much is known about its full appearance or lifestyle, the fossilized teeth of Elosuchus provide key insights into its biology. The teeth of Elosuchus are of particular interest as they are one of the primary fossil remains that have been discovered and are central to its classification.
These teeth are typically robust and conical, with a slight curvature. They are characterized by distinctive longitudinal ridges or grooves that run down the length of the crown, a feature that helps in distinguishing Elosuchus from other crocodyliforms of the same period.