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The world's largest shark is the whale shark (pictured), which can grow to over 13m (40ft) long.
This artist concept provided by the Beijing Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology shows Y. The evidence comes from a newfound tyrannosaur species in northeastern China that lived 60 million years before T. Early finds: Much smaller dinosaurs with primitive feathers have been excavated in recent years, but this is the first direct sign of a huge, shaggy dinosaur. The new tyrannosaur species, Yutyrannus huali, is described in Thursday’s issue of the journal Nature.

A team of Chinese and Canadian scientists analyzed three well-preserved fossil skeletons—an adult and two juveniles—recovered from a quarry in China’s Liaoning province by a private fossil dealer. The dino-fuzz probably kept it warm, though camouflage or showing it off like a peacock could not be ruled out. About Junior DispatchJunior Dispatch offers kid-appropriate news, videos and games for school age children. At only 42cm in length, this species has 17-19 rows of large lower teeth and feeds by cutting circular pieces of flesh from larger marine mammals, fish and other sharks.
Scientists have long debated whether gigantic dinosaurs lost their feathers the bigger they got or were just not as extensively covered. He took the picture of the shark, and when he processed the image and showed it to me, I freaked out." Dr Simon Thorrold, a senior scientist from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, US, described the photograph, which has now been published in the journal Coral Reefs, as "amazing".
The fossil record preserved remains of fluffy down, making it the largest feathered dinosaur ever found.

Though coverage was patchy, scientists suspected the species had feathers over much of its body.
Dr Oliver, who studies the thresher sharks at a seamount (undersea mountain) in the Philippines, says it shows how important the study site to this vulnerable species. This particular seamount is a shark "cleaning station" - the sharks go there to have parasites nibbled away by smaller fish called cleaner wrasse. Dr Oliver explained: "It looks like this area is not just a cleaning station, which is already massively essential, it's also serving as a pupping ground.

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