According to the International Business Times, scientists have found the remains Sea creature At more than 2,700 feet, it was known as the “Ictose”. M in Switzerland.
The study was conducted by a team of multi-disciplinary scientists and its results were published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.
Scientists have discovered a part of the ichthyosaur tooth, which is the largest of its kind, meaning it is the largest of its kind.
They believe it is difficult to predict the size of the giant ectosaurus based on age alone, but new findings will certainly help reveal more information about this species.
A previous study like this found an ichthyosaur about 50 feet long, making the owner of this newly discovered tooth one of the largest animals ever to live. According to the Mirror, these reptiles were skilled hunters and swimmers.
Despite its size, the Ektosers can reach speeds of up to 35 kilometers per hour, according to the study.
According to information available on NASA’s website, the Earth was alive about 250 million years ago, but more than 90 percent of life ended during what is known as the Permian extinction.
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