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Peter B Lewis Building, home of the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University

PhD student and paleontology research assistant Russell Engelman shares his findings

Ancient fish thought to be larger than sharks was actually quite short

New Scientist (subscription required): Russell Engelman, a PhD student and research assistant in paleontology at the College of Arts and Sciences, shared some of the findings in new research into Dunkleosteus terrelli—an armored predator fish with bladed jaws instead of teeth—that lived 360 million years ago.