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In the fight for the title of ultimate predator of the Jurassic period, there are a number of contenders. However, all could be eclipsed by a startling discovery: Predator X. Deep in the permafrost of the Polar Arctic, the fossil of a giant sea-monster has been uncovered. Weighing five times as much as Tyrannosaurus Rex, its body is more than 5 feet long. Four huge flippers enabled it to accelerate quickly through the waves, while its bite power - estimated over 33, pounds, four times the strength of T-Rex - made it the most formidable predator in the Jurassic oceans.