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Prehistoric Predators: Razor Jaws

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Prehistoric Predators: Razor Jaws
Imagine a vicious beast with a massive head, and bone-crushing teeth that pierce its prey's skull in a single bite. Nicknamed "razor jaws," this prehistoric predator was originally believed to be related to our modern-day hyena, but evidence suggests otherwise. Could this ancient mammal actually be related to an anteater or even a dolphin? Now, leading experts are unlocking the mystery.

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