Suchomimus ("crocodile mimic") was a spinosaurid dinosaur. It seems to be a close relative to Spinosaurus, and looks very similar to this star of Jurassic Park III. Suchomimus, however, lacked the tall spines and large sail of its famous cousin since its vertebrae were much smaller.
"It was a dinosaur trying hard to be a crocodile," says paleontologist Paul Sereno after he discovered a Suchomimus tenerensis during an expedition to Africa. It had a long snout filled with teeth that seem designed to catch fish. Long, powerful arms ended in three-fingered hands with huge claws, which would have been useful for holding on to large gar fish, which may have made up part of its diet. It probably would swim after fish or catch them on land similar to a grizzly bear and then kill it using its massive arms.Suchomimus lived 105 million years ago and this skeleton is the most complete in existence of any of the spinosaur family of dinosaurs.
Other paleontologists say that the discovery of Suchomimus is important as it illustrates the diversity of dinosaurs. In particular, this discovery illustrates that a large carnivore that lived on land could survive eating mostly fish. 
Suchomimus was created by InGen for Masrani Global Corporation's new dinosaur park Jurassic World. Its color scheme was dark blue with a yellow underbelly and striping from the tail to its lower back. These new clones had proto-feathers on the back of their arms and on the top of their heads.
While no Suchomimus appeared in the film, it has been revealed that there were surviving Suchomimus populations on Isla Nublar, but as none were seen being taken to Lockwood Manor, it can be assumed that the species has fallen back into extinction.
- During the Isla Sorna Incident of 2001, Billy Brennan believed the Spinosaurus to be a Suchomimus before his colleague Dr. Alan Grant corrected him.
- Unlike most carnivorous dinosaurs, Suchomimus along with its cousin Baryonyx and Metriacanthosaurus are the only carnivorous dinosaurs to coexist with herbivores in the same exhibit. Suchomimus and Baryonyx are also the first ever dinosaurs that belong to a taxonomic family to coexist in the same exhibit as well.
- The Jurassic Park Institute website gives a max size range of 5 meters tall and 13 meters long weighing 6 tons.
Suchomimus made an appearance in the PSX game Warpath: Jurassic Park. It's primary stage is the visitor gate from Isla Nublar. In the game, it was code-named "Sucho". If one looks closely, its head resembles the Baryonyx's head from The Lost World: Jurassic Park console game. The inaccurate size of Suchomimus is possibly the true size of the Spinosaurus, since the Suchomimus in this game is larger than the Tyrannosaurus rex, and this is the largest dinosaur in the game. It has 3 colors: grey, blueish purple, and dark green.
Suchomimus is a rare dinosaur that can be created in Jurassic Park: Builder.
Suchomimus can be created in Jurassic World: The Game as a legendary carnivore. Since January 11th, 2016, a fully maxed Suchomimus could be mixed with a fully maxed Dsungaripterus to make the hybrid Suchoripterus.
Suchmomimus does not physically appear in the game, but it is mentioned in one of the facts Mr. DNA gives out.
Suchomimus will be in Jurassic World: Alive. It seems to be based on the Jurassic World website design.
Suchomimus is one of five dinosaurs that are available in deluxe edition of the game. It seems to be based on the Jurassic World website design.
A figure of Suchomimus will be featured in the "Action Attack" assortments for the toy-line based on the fifth film. This is the first time it has ever physically appeared in any Jurassic Park toy set. It looks similar to the Jurassic World website but the toy also has a yellow fin-like sail on its' back.
Behind the scenes
|Playable Warpath Dinosaurs|
|Acrocanthosaurus • Albertosaurus • Ankylosaurus • Carcharodontosaurus • Cryolophosaurus • Giganotosaurus • Megaraptor • Pachycephalosaurus • Spinosaurus • Stygimoloch • Styracosaurus • Suchomimus • Triceratops • Tyrannosaurus rex|