Classification: Lizard dinosaurs, predatory dinosaurs, spinosaurids
Localities: England, Spain, Portugal
Baryonyx is one of the few known piscivorous dinosaurs, with a specially adapted low snout with narrow jaws, small teeth, and spear-like, hooked claws that aided in hunting victims.
Baronyx are said to sit on the banks of the river, on their forelegs, and then drag fish out of the river with their powerful striking claws.
Their hunting method is similar to that of modern grizzly bears.