The lost joy is often more cherished and active than the original possession. Paleontologists discovered the teeth and bones of sharktooth dragons in 1933, but before they could study it, the war of World War II destroyed these precious fossil. As a result, sharktooth dragons have puzzled paleontologists for nearly half a century. In order to find its true content, many paleontologists joined the journey of searching for sharktooth dragon fossils. Finally, in 1995, in Sahara, The desert found another skull of a shark-toothed dragon, so the face of the shark-toothed dragon once again appeared to the world.
The shark-toothed dragon is a large carnivorous dinosaur. It is the largest terrestrial predator that has ever appeared on the earth. The shark-toothed dragon has a huge skull that is 1.6 meters long. It is ten centimeters longer than the Tyrannosaurus skull. There are several holes on it to reduce the weight of the skull. The jaws are full of thin and pointed teeth. This shark’s teeth are very similar, which is why. It was named Sharktooth. Its forelimbs are short and have sharp claws to hold its prey tightly; its hind limbs are developed, like two strong meat pillars, giving it a fast running speed and unmatched impact.