Discovered Spinosaurus the Largest Predatory Dinosaur in History
Scientists have discovered that the largest predatory dinosaur to stalk the earth wasn't the T. Rex but the aquatic Spinosaurus aegyptiacus over 50 feet long. The 44,000-pound swimmer ate sharks and the fossils found put its measurements at 9 feet longer than the world's largest documented T. Rex specimen. The "first water-adapted non-avian dinosaur on record" was termed as being "half duck, half crocodile," and its fossils, first discovered by German paleontologist Ernst Stromer, were just recently reconstructed with the addition of new discoveries.
By Jordan Moses
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