Strothio was one of those crocodiles that lived before recorded history; his girth was massive and his length fifty feet. His fossil skull was six feet long and he was named Phobosuchus riograndensis. The fossil was unearthed in Big Bend National Park, and you may see it at the American Museum of Natural History or the University of Texas. Ather skull was found in the same area of Texas and the evidence shows us these gigantic animals lived there. This fictional story of Strothio and the love of his life, Uracula, is one that will take you back into a time when there was time. Strothio is a love story intertwined with daily life in the swampland until climatic conditions in their world severely changed everything they knew. You will experience the struggles and emotions they lived and feel empathic toward Strothio as he calls himself a survivor. Whether you are eight or eighty, you will love these prehistoric crocodiles.