of the most distinctive features of Suchomimus is its
long, pointed, crocodile-like snout. And, one of the most unusual
features of this snout is the rosette, or a chin-like appendage,
armed with the largest and most powerful teeth in the Suchomimus
jaw. This rosette allowed Suchomimus' top teeth to mesh with its
bottom teeth, an adaptation commonly seen in fish eating animals.
The reason: this meshing likely provides a sort of cage-like
enclosure, making it hard for the wet, slippery fish to jump out of
the mouth of the predator, which in this case is Suchomimus.