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By Jessica Hamzelou. The fossilised skull of a colossal whale with a killer bite has been uncovered by a team who reckon the monster shared the Miocene oceans with a giant shark. The team estimates the whale would have been between 13 and 18 metres long, like a modern sperm whale. Unlike the modern-day sperm whale, which feeds by suction, the giant whale had these massive teeth on both its upper and lower jaw.
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One creature had a bite more powerful than any other
Macroraptorial sperm whale - Wikipedia
A prehistoric leviathan that represented a more savage Moby Dick once hunted smaller whales around 12 million or 13 million years ago, researchers say. Fossils of the whale's skull and foot-long teeth found in Peru suggest the monstrous sperm whales ranged in size from almost 43 feet 13 meters to 59 feet 18 meters , or longer than a school bus. Just the skull alone reaches a length of almost 10 feet 3 meters. The ancient sperm whale's killer arsenal included inch- cm - long teeth resembling elephant tusks that allowed it to rip and tear its prey, unlike modern sperm whales that lack functional teeth in their upper jaws and rely upon suction to grab giant squid. In fact, the specimen, named Leviathan melvillei , had the largest known bite of any vertebrate creature with four limbs. The whale specimen's name has origins in the Hebrew name for a mythical sea monster, and also gives a nod to Herman Melville, author of the novel "Moby-Dick.
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Mysterious deep-sea sharks biting chunks out of migrating whales
The modern giant sperm whale Physeter macrocephalus, one of the largest known predators, preys upon cephalopods at great depths. Lacking a functional upper dentition, it relies on suction for catching its prey; in contrast, several smaller Miocene sperm whales Physeteroidea have been interpreted as raptorial versus suction feeders, analogous to the modern killer whale Orcinus orca. Whereas very large physeteroid teeth have been discovered in various Miocene localities, associated diagnostic cranial remains have not been found so far. Here we report the discovery of a new giant sperm whale from the Middle Miocene of Peru approximately million years ago , Leviathan melvillei, described on the basis of a skull with teeth and mandible. With a 3-m-long head, very large upper and lower teeth maximum diameter and length of 12 cm and greater than 36 cm, respectively , robust jaws and a temporal fossa considerably larger than in Physeter, this stem physeteroid represents one of the largest raptorial predators and, to our knowledge, the biggest tetrapod bite ever found.
Macroraptorial sperm whales were highly predatory whales of the sperm whale family Physeteroidea of the Miocene epoch that hunted large marine mammals , including other whales, using their large teeth. Likewise, they were all likely the apex predator of their habitats, comparable to the modern day killer whale Orcinus orca , and achieved great lengths, with one species— Livyatan —measuring about The macroraptorial sperm whales— Albicetus , Acrophyseter , Brygmophyseter , Livyatan , Scaldicetus , and Zygophyseter  —are an informal grouping of genera without a family designation. All species are known by at least a skull.