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Jawless 'living dinosaur' that drinks blood spotted for first time in 20 years

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dinosaur " has been spotted for the first time in 20 years. After a two-decade-long search, tour guide Sean Blocksidge, tracked down the blood-sucking animal in Australia.The jawless creature, which has swirling teeth, has merely been a local legend until now, with reports of them migrating up local waterfalls.

Lampreys have a reputation for drinking the blood of their prey – with one genus even nicknamed the vampire fish, reports The Mirror.

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