300-million-yr-old 'Godzilla Shark' discovered in 2013 gets formal name A shark that was discovered in New Mexico in May 2013 and was initially called "Godzilla Shark" has received a formal name. The year ole shark, whose fossils were found at a dig east of Albuquerque, has been named Dracopristis hoffmanorum or Hoffman's Dragon Shark. The name honours the family that owns the land where the fossils were found.
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