Short clip from the 2008 documentary, " Catastrophe - Planet of Fire".
Over 150 million years before Tyrannosaurus Rex came along, Gorgonopsian was the Earth's most efficient carnivore. Armed with serrated interlocking teeth, this ferocious animal was the ancient world's top predator.
Gorgonopsia (Gorgon face) is a suborder of therapsid synapsids. Like other therapsids, Gorgonopsians were at one time called "mammal-like reptiles".
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