Baryonyx means heavy claw and was one of the theropods like T-Rex (though it is unlikely that they ever met as T-Rex lived in North America and Baryonyx lived in England). Its long jaw made it perfectly adapted to eat fish and is one of the few known fish eating dinosaurs.
There has only been one Baryonyx ever found and this was in England just south of Dorking in 1983 when an amateur fossil hunter named William Walker found a large claw sticking out of the site of a clay pit.
Early Cretaceous 125 million years ago
19cm long x 7cm high