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History’s Patricia Princehouse and PhD student Russell Engelman discuss their latest research

Meet ‘Chunky Dunk’: Prehistoric fish built like a WRECKING BALL and with a mouth twice as large as a great white shark ruled the waters of what is now Cleveland 360 million years ago
Daily MailRussell Engelman, a PhD student and research assistant in paleontology at the College of Arts and Sciences, and Patricia Princehouse, associate director of the university’s Institute for the Science of Origins, discussed their latest research into an armor-plated prehistoric fish, Dunkleosteus terrelli, believed to have lived more than 300 million years ago.