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What Was North America’s Biggest Predator 100 Million Years Ago?


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The short-faced bear is the largest predatory mammal in North America.

Nationalgeographic.co.id—With ecosystems as diverse as oceans, plains, and frozen tundra, North America is home to several ferocious giant predators.

However, modern creatures—such as crocodiles, great white sharks, and polar bears—would look very small when placed next to the continent’s ancient predators. So, what was the biggest predator that ever lived in North America?


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