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Animal: Dunkleosteus Date: Nearly 380 million years ago (Devonian period) Location: USA, Europe, Morocco Habitat: Not very profound seas. Lenght: 6m
Dunkleosteus was one the biggest placoderms of the Devonian Period. It had one of the strongest bites of all fish (maybe even stronger than Megalodon). Instead of teeth, it had peaks formed by sharpened bone plates. Some Dunkleosteus fossils have bite marks on their bones, so it is suggested they might have been cannibals.
Bibliography: Dinosaurios la enciclopedia visual Dorling Kindersley 2011
Model sculpted, retopologized, rigged, rendered and composited in Blender 2.8 using Eevee render engine. Textures done in Subtsance Painter and Substance Designer.