Crocodile-faced dinosaur may have been Europe’s largest ever predator
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June 9, 20224 min read707 words
Published: June 9, 2022  |  4 min read707 words
An enormous crocodile-faced, spiny-backed dinosaur that prowled what is now England roughly 125 million years ago was one of the largest predatory animals to ever stalk across Europe. Paleontologists unearthed the remains of this behemoth on the Isle of Wight off the southern coa...
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Jun 19
Content provides information about the largest predatory dinosaur in Europe whose fossils were recently discovered. The article provides locations, geologic conditions, time frames, and includes an interesting theory that the carnivore was consumed by prehistoric insects at the time of death. A lifetime of research will follow in the years to come.
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