University of Chicago Paleontologist Paul Sereno points to the teeth of "Suchomimus tenerensis" during the unveiling of the fossil he found in the Sahara.
The dinosaur, built for catching fish, had razor teeth, a long pointy snout and foot-long curved claws.
The fossil can be seen at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C.
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