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300-million-year-old 'Godzilla Shark' found


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A 300-million-year-old shark, dubbed "Godzilla shark," has been found in the Monzano Mountains east of Albuquerque, New Mexico, paleontologist John-Paul-Hodnett informed Discovery News.

Godzilla Shark was exposed on its right side in a fine-grained limestone. Due to its size, the shark was removed in three sections to be preserved and re-assembled in the paleontology laboratory at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.

http://news.discover...otos-140515.htm

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Cool

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With the Japanese call it a Gojira Shark?

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"Oh no, there goes Tokyo, go, go Godzilla!"

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Convenient timing.

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It bears about as much resemblance to Godzilla as it does to Kermit the Frog.

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Convenient timing.

I was thinking the same thing with the new movie and all.

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yeah amazing timing on the naming lol, interesting discovery though regardless.

Although to me it bares a striking resemblance to Baby Sinclair from the show Dinosaurs lol

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Godzilla? Really, weak comparison. It just looks like a goofy shark.

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