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Look out Honey Badger! It has vampire like fangs and spiky bristles covering it's body and it was discovered in the 1960's by a University of Chicago professor/paleontologist, Paul Sereno. It lived about 200 million years ago and is called Pegomastax africanus, or “thick jaw from Africa,”
It is thought to weight about as much a a house cat, but has far less endearing qualities. Professor Sereno said its tall teeth in the upper and lower jaw worked as self-sharpening scissors, making it easy to slice plants and snap up fruit. Its skull looked like that of a parrot and measured less than 3 inches long. Its body was less than 2 feet in length, and Sereno said the bristles made it look like a “nimble, two-legged porcupine.”