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300 million-year old ‘Godzilla Shark’ discovered in 2013 gets a formal name – Times Now

The creature had 12 rows of teeth on the lower jaw. Hodnett said he could only see them using an angled light technique that illuminates objects below.

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Godzilla has been a hot topic of discussion on social media ever since the release of ‘Godzilla vs Kong’. The monster verse is a huge pop culture phenomenon.
But several years ago, even before the monster verse fully took off, social media became obsessed with a ‘Godzilla Shark’ that scientists discovered traces of from centuries ago.
The creature was estimated to be 300-million-years old and its teeth were the first sign that it might be a new species.
The ancient shark was dubbed ‘Godzilla Shark’…

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