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EMBARGOED: For release 2 p.m. (Eastern Time U.S.), Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014PERMITTED USE: These images may be downloaded or are otherwise provided at no charge for one-time use for coverage or promotion of the National Geographic Society’s First Semiaquatic Dinosaur announcement and exclusively in conjunction thereof. Copying, distribution, archiving, sublicensing, sale or resale of these images are prohibited. Mandatory Usage Requirements:Any and all image uses must:1. Include mandatory photo credit with each image and mentionthe images are from "the October issue of National Geographic magazine”2. Be accompanied by a caption that makes reference to the National Geographic Society’s First Semiaquatic Dinosaur announcement 3. Mention Spinosaurus will be the subject of a new exhibition at the National Geographic Museum, opening Sept. 12, as well as a National Geographic/NOVA special airing on PBS Nov. 5 at 9 p.m..DEFAULT: Failure to comply with the prohibitions and requirements set forth above will obligate the individual or entity receiving this image to pay a fee determined by the National Geographic Society.CRETACEOUS LEVIATHAN The only known dinosaur adapted to life in water, Spinosaurus swam the rivers of North Africa a hundred million years ago. The massive predator lived in a region mostly devoid of large, terrestrial plant-eaters, subsisting mainly on huge fish.ART: DAVIDE BONADONNA SOURCES: NIZAR IBRAHIM, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO; CRISTIANO DAL SASSO AND SIMONE MAGANUCO, NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM OF MILAN