The multi-talented Spinosaurus
The Spinosaurus, which lived 100 million years ago, was a unique dinosaur species. It lived in the water, ate fish as large as cars, and was able to chew its prey to pulp in its powerful jaws. The first Spinosaurus bones were discovered in 1912, but they disappeared in the chaos of World War II. Now the world's first life-sized skeleton model of the species is shown at the Museum für Naturkunde.