WELLINGTON, New Zealand – It was a calm morning in Antarctica’s remote Ross Sea, during the season when the sun never sets, when Capt. John Bennett and his crew hauled up a creature with tentacles like fire hoses and eyes like dinner plates from a mile below the surface.
Talk about a moving target.  Scientists at the European Space Agency on Monday announced the spot where they will attempt the first landing on a comet hurtling through space at 34,000 mph.
When it wasn’t putting T. rex to shame, the dinosaur Spinosaurus spent its time swimming – and chowing down on sharks.

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