Was Dunkleosteus terrelli the Most Dangerous Predator in the Ocean?

Monday, April 29, 2019
Approximately mouth size of Dunkleosteus terrelli
compared to a standing man, credit to Tumblr


Dunkleosteus sp was a prehistoric fish, its size quite big, length reached 33 feet (10 m) and weight size is 8,000 pound (4 tons).

The fish is bigger than average size of shark. Size of shark is 15 feet (5 meters) and weight is around 2000 pound (1 ton).

The different between Dunkleosteus terrelli and other predators is its biting force. One of the strongest biting force ever lived in the world, at least in the ocean.

Mouth of Dunkleosteus terrelli, credit to Carnivoraforum

Dunkleosteus sp biting force, especially of its the fang tip, 80,000 pound per square inch (psi). As comparison, other animals biting force are following:

- Dinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus rex, biting force of 8,000 pound per square inch (psi).
- Great white shark, biting force of 4,000 pound per square inch (psi).
- Saltwater crocodiles, biting force is 3,700 pounds per square inch (psi),
- Hippopotamus, biting force of 2,000 pound per square inch (psi).
- Jaguar, biting force of 1,500 pound per square inch (psi).
- Polar bear, biting force of 1,200 pound per square inch (psi).
- Lion and tiger, biting force of 1,000 pound per square inch (psi).
- Gray wolf, biting force of 400 pound per square inch (psi).

What mean of biting force? An animal with biting force of 200 pound per square inch (psi) could tear down its preys into pieces of steaks.

Dunkleosteus sp biting force of 80,00 per square inch (psi) will divide the sharks into two parts immediately.

The predator terrorized any marine creatures about 400 million years ago.

Yes, Dunkleosteus sp is the most dangerous predator in the ocean, however, the fish extincted along time ago.

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  1. scary!

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  2. What happened when they extincted? Where are their bodies?

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    1. The fish extinct due to ocean "choke," they buried as fossil...

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  3. Ummm, very interesting! I've never heard of the Dunkleosteus terrelli before. Thanks for introducing it. NOW! I hope I never EVER see one in person. Strange looking fellow.

    Wishing you well. Happy Tuesday to you!

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      - Dinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus rex, biting force of 8,000 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Great white shark, biting force of 4,000 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Saltwater crocodiles, biting force is 3,700 pounds per square inch (psi),
      - Hippopotamus, biting force of 2,000 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Jaguar, biting force of 1,500 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Polar bear, biting force of 1,200 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Lion and tiger, biting force of 1,000 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Gray wolf, biting force of 400 pound per square inch (psi).

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      What mean of biting force? An animal with biting force of 200 pound per square inch (psi) could tear down its preys into pieces of steaks.

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  5. wow ..
    His face and figure were very frightening.

    If this fish were still alive today and someone when diving met this fish ... it is certain that people would be very shocked to see it

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  6. I haven't hear about this fish. Interesting.

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      The predator terrorized any marine creatures about 400 million years ago.

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      - Dinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus rex, biting force of 8,000 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Great white shark, biting force of 4,000 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Saltwater crocodiles, biting force is 3,700 pounds per square inch (psi),
      - Hippopotamus, biting force of 2,000 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Jaguar, biting force of 1,500 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Polar bear, biting force of 1,200 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Lion and tiger, biting force of 1,000 pound per square inch (psi).
      - Gray wolf, biting force of 400 pound per square inch (psi).

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      Yes, Dunkleosteus sp is the most dangerous predator in the ocean, however, the fish extincted along time ago.

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    1. hehehe....lol...

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      What mean of biting force? An animal with biting force of 200 pound per square inch (psi) could tear down its preys into pieces of steaks.

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  9. So amazing! There is a life size model of a prehistoric shark in a nearby museum here. It is massive!

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  10. Scary, but the topic is fascinating☺

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  11. My boy will be impressed by this.

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  12. Extinct? Probably a good thing. I mean, what kind of bait would you use? Cavemen?

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  13. OMG terrible fish!! Great it is now extinct!!
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  14. I didn't know that many facts before :D

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  15. Untung sudah punah. Kalau masih hidup/ada ... hwah ...

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