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Giant Prehistoric Shark Megalodon Had a Big Toothy Cousin

Just when you thought it was safe to jump into your time machine, travel back 20 million years and go for a swim, researchers have discovered about a dozen 20-million-year-old fossilized teeth of a newly identified extinct shark that was a close cousin of Megalodon, the super-predator...
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