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A graduate student has identified the remains of one of the planet's largest meat-eating dinosaurs ever found.
Steve Brusatte, a paleobiologist at the University of Bristol in England, determined fossils discovered during a 1997 Nigerian expedition belong to a new breed of meat-eating dinosaur called Carcharodontosaurus iguidensis.
The upright-walking creature grinned with a mouth full of banana-sized teeth, stood taller than a double-decker bus and weighed more than two standard-sized cars.
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Brusatte said evidence of the 95-million-year-old theropod has been extremely hard to come by.
"The first remains of Carcharodontosaurus were found in the 1920s, but they only