‘Godzilla’ croc found

The fossilised remains of a crocodile that ruled the oceans 140 million years ago have been discovered in Patagonia. Scientists have nicknamed the creature Godzilla, because of its dinosaur-like snout and jagged teeth. The US-Argentine researchers believe the animal was a predator, feeding on other marine reptiles and large sea creatures. The species is formally known as Dakosaurus andiniensis and has been unveiled in the journal Science.