This link has an illustration of Baurusuchus, which is closely related to Gondwanasuchus.
Gondwanasuchus was a crocodyliform reptile of the Cretaceous. The systematic paleontology of it is:
Reptilia Laurenti 1768
Crurotarsi Sereno and Arcucci 1990
Crocodylomorpha Hay 1930
Crocodyliformes Hay 1930
Mesoeucrocodylia Whetstone and Whybrow 1983
Baurusuchidae Price 1945
Gondwanasuchus Thiago de Silva et al. 1913
Gondwanasuchus scabrosus Thiago de Silva et al. 1913
Thiago de Silva, Marinho Fabiano Vidoi Iori, Ismar de Souza Carvalho, and Felipe Mesquito de Vasconcellos wrote an article titled Gondwanasuchus scabrosus gen. et sp. nov., a new terrestrial predatory crocodyliform (Mesoeucrocodylias: Baurusuchidae) from the Late Cretaceous Bauru Basin of Brazil. It was published in 2013 in Cretaceous Research. This quote from the abstract says:
Baurusuchids are among the most common and diverse crocodyliform fossils from the Late Cretaceous Bauru Basin of Brazil. This inland continental basin was the habitat of a rich crocodyliform fauna containing five mesoeucrocodylian families, of which the Baurusuchidae represents highly specialized predatory crocodyliforms of terrestrial habits as indicated by their dental, cranial, and postcranial features. The large size they achieved, together with likely predatory adaptations, would suggest they competed and occupied theropod ecological niches in the Bauru Basin. Here we describe Gondwanasuchus scabrosus gen. et sp. nov., a medium-sized baurusuchid bearing strongly unique dentition with deep apicobasal sulci and probably well-developed binocular vision. The cranial and dental features in Gondwanasuchus suggest that this active predator would have fed on small vertebrates and took the role
of small theropods in terrestrial guild. Gondwanasuchus is the most distinctive baurusuchid known to date and enriches the knowledge on these important Gondwana predatory crocodyliforms.
This link has the abstract and fossil photos.