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Bonnerichthys gladius (former "Protosphyraena" gladius) - 6-m long filter-feeding pachycormid from Late Cretaceous of Kansas. Updated picture based on new data.

Bonnerichthys gladius (former "Protosphyraena" gladius) - 6-m long filter-feeding pachycormid from Late Cretaceous of Kansas. Updated picture based on new data.

Dunkleosteus head: it was a placoderm a sort of "fish" covered with armour plates, it lived in Devonian (408million years ago). It could reach 8/10 metres lenght and it should be terrifying, it had the most powerful bite of any fish, well ahead of sharks, including the Great White. Dunkleosteus could concentrate a force of up to 8,000 pounds (3,628 kg) per square inch at the tip of its mouth, effectively placing it in the league of T Rex. It could open its mouth in one-fiftieth of a second.

Dunkleosteus head: it was a placoderm a sort of "fish" covered with armour plates, it lived in Devonian (408million years ago). It could reach 8/10 metres lenght and it should be terrifying, it had the most powerful bite of any fish, well ahead of sharks, including the Great White. Dunkleosteus could concentrate a force of up to 8,000 pounds (3,628 kg) per square inch at the tip of its mouth, effectively placing it in the league of T Rex. It could open its mouth in one-fiftieth of a second.

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