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39 Visual Comparisons Of The Size Of Long-Extinct Animals With Their Modern Relatives

Modern technology does not only let us enjoy the things that are in the present, but also things from the past. The software available, like Photoshop, helps us take a glimpse at what things looked like. Even though they still remain digital, they're pretty close to reality.

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Modern otters, Tseng told Live Science, aren't big enough to worry large prey, so they don't occupy an apex position in the food web. ###rotties ##rottielove #rottiepuppy #rottweiler https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/prehistoric-otter-powerful-jaws?utm_medium=cs_medium&utm_campaign=cs_campaign&utm_source=social

Modern otters, Tseng told Live Science, aren't big enough to worry large prey, so they don't occupy an apex position in the food web. ###rotties ##rottielove #rottiepuppy #rottweiler https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/prehistoric-otter-powerful-jaws?utm_medium=cs_medium&utm_campaign=cs_campaign&utm_source=social

Spinosaurus may be the largest theropod to ever stalk the Prehistoric Americas; believed to be even larger than T-Rex, with make-up that is half bird/half crocodile.

Spinosaurus aegyptiacus (meaning "spined lizard from Egypt") is an extinct genus of large spinosaurid theropod dinosaur that inhabited early to middle Cretaceous (Cenomanian); albeit there are significant discoveries that state the theropod could lived as long as Early Campanian of Late Creteceous, Northern Africa, states such as Morocco, Egypt, Tunusia, Libya; approximately 99 to 93.5 (although the theropod could survivied as much as around 80 million years) million years ago. The first…