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Groundbreaking shark fossils uncovered

Scientists have recently unearthed a gargantuan set of bones belonging to a prehistoric shark that swam the seas of planet Earth around 89 million years ago.

This new fish has been named the ‘Ptychodus Mortoni’ was bigger and more feirce than other fossils discovered, although palaeontologists have known about this predator for a while, and have named it the largest shellfish-eating animal to have ever roamed the Earth.

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  1. Did the persecution go on in Asia, too? Let’s not inroge them.”Scientists are happy to admit when they don’t know something, and they view it as a challenge to learn more, while religionists like to “revel in the mystery” and just sit there.”Except maybe when it comes to junk DNA. The majority of biologists thought that junk was indeed junk, so didn’t think research in the area was important. The “religionists”, even if they weren’t doing the experiments themselves, were rooting for the minority of biologists who sought for functionality in the “junk” DNA.

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