Acutiramus Cummingsi is a species of ancient sea scorpion that could reach more than 8 feet long and had claws the size of tennis rackets. It is the largest known arthropod in history.

Acutiramus Cummingsi

This fascinating giant scorpion lived its life entirely in the water 400 million years ago, though there is debate as to whether it was a true predator or a scavenger. These scorpions also had teeth, on their claws, because God didn’t think regular claws were badass enough.

This is just one of millions of REAL and interesting species of animals that actually existed outside of the alleged dinosaurs. Further proof that the dinosaur myth takes so much attention away from legitimate and far more fascinating creatures in our history. Stop wasting your time talking about dinosaurs, atheists.


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