World's biggest known saber-toothed cat roamed the Earth 8 million years ago and was the size of a POLAR BEAR
Researchers have discovered a fossilised skull of a sabertooth cat, which they say is the biggest ever found.
The skull measures around 40 centimetres long, which translates to an enormous estimated body mass of over 892 pounds, and body length of 3.1 metres - equivalent to a male polar bear.
While the cat has the distinctive fangs, its gape was much smaller than other cats, which suggests it targeted smaller prey
The researchers, found the fossil, which is roughly 8.3 million years old, in China's Longjiagou Basin.