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“Discoveries here include gigantic fossilized teeth from the legendary 50-foot shark called the megalodon, the bones of a huge penguin with surprisingly colorful feathers and the fossils of the Leviathan Melvillei, a whale with teeth longer than those of the Tyrannosaurus rex, making it a contender for the largest predator ever to prowl the oceans. “This is perhaps the best area in the world for marine mammals,” said Christian de Muizon”

Peru’s Ocucaje Desert Attracts Fossil Hunters and Smugglers - NYTimes.com

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