Kaprosuchus (Boar Crocodile) is a genus of large mahajangasuchid crocodyliform. It is known from a nearly complete skull discovered in Niger. It gets its name from its unusually large caniniform teeth which slightly resemble those of a boar.
was estimated to grow to a length of 6 metres (20 feet) long. It posseses three sets of caniniform teeth that stick out above and below its skull, one of which in the lower jaw fits notches in the upper jaw. This has not been seen in any other crocodyliform. Kaprosuchus has another feature in which large rugose horns made from squamosal and parietial bones that stick out posteriorly above the skull. This has also been seen its smaller relative Mahajangasuchus, making it greatly differ from most other crocodyliforms. It may have tackled large carnivorous, namely juvenile Spinosaurus when they try to have a drink near a water hole.