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360 to 380 million years ago, during the late Devonian period, there lived a huge species of predatory fish that grew up to 20 feet long and weighed up to a ton. That fish was Dunkleosteus, and it lived far before the dinosaurs did. The Devonian was a period on planet earth where fish reigned king, and the king of all kings was Dunkleosteus. But for the next few minutes, lets imagine a hypothetical timeline where old dunks didn’t go extinct when it did. What would the cause and effect have been? That’s what we’re going to talk about on today’s episode of life’s biggest questions.
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