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Extinct frog capable of eating dinosaurs

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An extinct frog called Beelzebufo would have snacked on small dinosaurs, a new university study has found.

A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechnic University, University of California and University College London has found that the Beelzebufo frog lived in Madagascar and would have been larger than any living frog.

It was capable of eating small or juvenile dinosaurs.

Dr Marc Jones from the University of Adelaide says the frog's bite force would have been similar to wolves or female tigers.


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If these guys were still around, we'd have to keep out pets locked up Our small kids, too.  Bad Kermie!

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