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Did Ancient Sea Monster Turn Prey Into Art?

Claim that intelligent "kraken" roamed the ancient seas called "absurd."

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Debate over the possible existence of an ancient kraken (shown fighting a sperm whale in the illustration above) has resurfaced at a scientific meeting.

Image of the 125 Anniversary logo An intelligent ancient squid that rearranged the backbones of its prey into art? Fossil experts call it a fable, but one expert says to believe it.