Artist’s illustration shows a large meat-eating dinosaur dubbed the “White Rock spinosaurid,” whose remains dating from about 125 million years ago were unearthed on England’s Isle of Wight. Photo: Anthony Hutchings / Handout via Reuters
Artist’s illustration shows a large meat-eating dinosaur dubbed the “White Rock spinosaurid,” whose remains dating from about 125 million years ago were unearthed on England’s Isle of Wight. Photo: Anthony Hutchings / Handout via Reuters

Newly discovered dinosaur was a ‘huge’ 32-ft-long predator with a crocodile face, say scientists

  • The dinosaur remains found on England’s Isle of Wight could be those of the largest land predator that ever roamed Europe, scientists say
  • Paleontologists from the University of Southampton identified the prehistoric bones as belonging to a type of two-legged, crocodile-faced predatory dinosaur

Artist’s illustration shows a large meat-eating dinosaur dubbed the “White Rock spinosaurid,” whose remains dating from about 125 million years ago were unearthed on England’s Isle of Wight. Photo: Anthony Hutchings / Handout via Reuters
Artist’s illustration shows a large meat-eating dinosaur dubbed the “White Rock spinosaurid,” whose remains dating from about 125 million years ago were unearthed on England’s Isle of Wight. Photo: Anthony Hutchings / Handout via Reuters
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