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Tooth marks in 13-million-year-old fossil reveals 'strongest bite force ever in the animal kingd (www.9news.com.au)

When a young crocodile-like caiman chomped down on the hind leg of a ground sloth 13 million years ago near the Napo River in Peru, it left behind 46 tooth marks as evidence.

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