The remains of an enormous prehistoric sea monster have been found in a Peruvian desert. Known as “Leviathan Melvillei,” the animal owned teeth so large that scientists first thought they were elephant tusks.
The Levianthan lived 12 to 13 million years ago, according to scientists. It fed on large prey, possibly baleen whales. The remains will go on display at the Museo de Historia Natural in Lima, Peru.