A rendition of what the Hyneria lindae might have looked like. By Jason Poole of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
Now we know how this 365 million years old aquatic predator looked like - paleontology science news in brief

In 1968 a new extinct aquatic predator was first described. Known as Hyneria lindae, the animal remained quite a mystery for a long time, due to the lack of fossils. Now, after 25 years of collecting fossils, scientists have completed the picture of the elusive fish. According to the new study, the animal was a 3.6 meters (12 foot) long and lived during the Devonian era. It was a fierce predator with small eyes and a sensory system that allowed him to find the prey using pressure waves.

Read the full story: Drexel University
Scientific publication: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology