Fossil bones from a dinosaur believed by scientists to be the largest predator to ever roam Europe have been discovered.
The bones were found on a cliff at Praia da Vermelha just north of Lisbon.
The official name of the dinosaur is Torvosaurus gurneyi, and it is believed to have been 10 metres tall and weigh around 4-5 tonnes.
The T. gurneyi is believed to have lived around 150 million years ago, 80 million years before the T. rex.
An impressive feature of this predator is its teeth which are shaped like blades and are more than 10cm long!
Article written by D Mulhern