A group of paleontologists surveying the Gobi Desert in Mongolia stumbled upon a fossilized skull of a dinosaur thats teeth identify it as a carnivore. Its Tyrranosaurus-like skull measured in at 6′ 3″. If that was the case, this dinosaur, currently unnamed, would measure to be the largest carnivore the world has ever know. It is still unclear, however, how the rest of its body would measure up, given that only the skull. If the size of this behemoth is confirmed, though, it would open up a whole other world in paleontology.