Giant-mouthed fish was prime predator after mass extinction

The meals chains recovered extra quickly than beforehand assumed after Earth’s most devastating mass extinction occasion about 252 million years in the past as demonstrated by the fossilized cranium of a giant predatory fish referred to as Birgeria americana found by paleontologists from the College of Zurich within the desert of Nevada.
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