Dinosaurs are famous for their size, but the largest known animal to have ever existed is still with us today: the blue whale. But a huge fossilized jawbone found on an English beach shows that the ancient reptiles are closing the gap, belonging to an unknown species of giant marine reptile measuring up to 26 m (85 ft) long...
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