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World's earliest flesh-eating fish: Scientists find a 150-million-year old piranha-like creature

MailOnline Thursday, 18 October 2018
World's earliest flesh-eating fish: Scientists find a 150-million-year old piranha-like creatureScientists led by David Bellwood of James Cook University have described a remarkable new species of bony fish, called Piranhamesodon pinnatomus.
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