Predator X terrorized prehistoric oceans
March 25, 2009 | 8 comments
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Described as the Tyrannosaurus of the sea, remains of the world's most fearsome ocean predator nicknamed "Predator X" have been uncovered in permafrost on a Norwegian island near the North Pole.
A marine monster described as the most fearsome animal ever to swim in the oceans boasted a bite up to 11 times as strong as that of Tyrannosaurus rex. The fossil remains of the huge pliosaur were dug up last summer from the permafrost on Svalbard, a Norwegian island close to the North Pole. "
Source: Times Online
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