Giant Jurassic fish trimmed in size estimates, but still a whopper

08/28/2013 | National Geographic News

An ancient fish once thought to have reached lengths of up to 90 feet was actually 26 to 55 feet long, new research suggests. The Jurassic-era Leedsichthys problematicus has long been considered to be the largest fish ever, but incomplete skeletons have stymied researchers trying to measure its precise dimensions.

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