The Very First Semiaquatic Dinosaur to be Discovered is Larger Than a T. Rex (VIDEO)

September 12, 2014 11:36 AM

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Scientists may have just uncovered the very first semiaquatic dinosaur. This massive, Cretaceous-era predator once roamed both the seas and the land, showing that dinosaurs were indeed able to live and hunt in an aquatic environment.

The fossils were first discovered in the Moroccan Sarah along desert cliffs known as the Kem Kem beds. In the distant past, this region was once a large river system, stretching from present-day Morocco to Egypt. It once teemed with aquatic life, including large sharks, crocodile-like cratures and l...

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