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PhD student in paleontology Russell Engelman describes his research of a fossil fish

Dunk was chunky, but still deadly
The New York TimesRussell Engelman, a PhD student and research assistant in paleontology at the College of Arts and Sciences, described his research into a fossil fish called Dunkleosteus, noting the creature wasn’t as large as previously believed but still one of Earth’s earliest apex predators, terrorizing subtropical seas 360 million years ago during the Devonian period.