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  • What If Megalodon Met the Biggest Snake Ever

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    Who would win in a fight between a Megalodon and a Titanoboa? Well, let's figure out! That would be a very unusual match. But it’d also be spectacular and intense. Okay, Megalodon! This species went extinct about 3 million years ago, but there are good reasons why it’s now a legendary animal. It's the biggest shark that ever existed, and it was a super-powerful predator in its time.

    Titanoboa is way bigger than any other snake. It lived in the swamps of Colombia, and it was the real boss of the area. Titanoboa could eat absolutely any animal it decided to hunt, and it faced no competition. It could swallow a giant turtle or even a crocodile. It looked like a modern boa but behaved like an anaconda. And that's a very scary mix. But could it stop a giant shark?

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    What about weight? 2:02
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    Fighting skills 4:28
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    The fight 7:49

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  • What If Megalodon Met a Giant Sea Monster

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    Megalodon became extinct 3 million years ago but is still considered the largest and most dangerous predator in the ocean. We can only guess at the real size of megalodon. The only remains found of this ancient shark are teeth and vertebrae. But with the help of calculations and computer modeling, scientists have concluded that its length could be about 50 feet! It’s like a New York City subway car!

    The size of the Mosasaurus also remains a subject of discussion, but it’s believed that the average length of this monster was about 36 feet. That’s the size of a school bus! But in 2016, scientists found the largest Mosasaurus ever. Its length was 59 feet! Compare this to the tallest person ever: 8 feet. Mosasaurus is seven times larger! So what if Megalodon comes face to face with Mosasaurus? Who would win?

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    Speed and agility 2:41
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    The fight 7:50

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  • What If Megalodon Met Giant Sea Monster Kraken?

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    The ocean is full of life — there are no lions, tigers, or bears, but there are turtles, whales, dolphins, and massive schools of fish. Yet all of a sudden, they all scatter in every direction, making way for something huge and ominous… It’s the megalodon, the ultimate predator of the seas. It’s swimming at a relaxed pace. Other sea creatures cower in fear before the beast and stay away not to become its next lunch.

    But what’s that? An enormous school of fish swim from the depths of the ocean, seemingly in panic, and engulf the gigantic shark as if not seeing it. Something scared them so much they don’t pay attention to the apex predator. The shark opens its jaws wide and is getting ready for a bite when… something long and gnarly hits it on the side. Dazed, the megalodon watches as a squid the size it’s never seen before stretches its many limbs in all directions. It's the Kraken! So let's find out who would win if the Kraken fought the megalodon?

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  • What If Megalodon Met Fish With Strongest Bite Ever

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    Megalodon was the biggest shark and Dunkleosteus - the biggest fish. They both were fearsome predators in their time. But what would happen if they came head to head?

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  • What If Megalodon and T-Rex Met One-on-One

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    Tyrannosaurus Rex existed about 70 million years ago. No one could defeat him in a fair battle. The largest T-Rex ever found was named Scotty. His hips were about 12 feet tall. But if Scotty straightened his back, he would be about 42 feet tall. It’s like putting 3 giraffes on top of each other. And if you wanted to pet this cute guy on the nose, you would have to stand on the shoulders of 7 people to reach him.

    Megalodon went extinct about 3 million years ago, but legends about it are still alive. It’s the biggest shark that ever existed, and it was a super predator in its time. Megalodon was about 50 feet long, which is more than a school bus! It was not only the most massive shark that ever existed but also the largest fish in the world. Its closest competitor in size was a modern whale shark. But he loses to megalodon by as much as 10 feet. But what would happen if T. Rex and Megalodon meet face to face? Who would win?

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  • What If a Megalodon Shark Fought the Kraken?

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    According to legend, the kraken was so large that its body could be mistaken for an island. It lured ships with the promise of a safe landing, and then snap! Its mouth would close around the unfortunate prey, swallowing the ship whole. The megalodon, the big boss of our ancient oceans, the king of all sharks, killer of whales. If you’re a fan, you’ve already witnessed our megalodon vs. mosasaur episode. But how would it fare against this mythical sea creature? Who would make the first move? How fast would the megalodon be? What tricks would the kraken have up its sleeve?

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  • What If Megalodon and Megapiranha Met Face-to-Face

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    Megalodon is an ancient giant shark, which ruled over all the watery creatures in the world. It went extinct about 3 and a half million years ago. There’s still a lot of debate about the size of Megalodon. Sadly, the only remains they’ve found so far are some giant teeth and a few vertebrae. So we can only guess its real size. But a little calculation suggests that this ancient shark was 50 feet long, about as long as a subway car. And yeah, the blue whale is the largest aquatic creature in the world, at almost twice as long… but Meg’s still the largest shark in the world.

    Megapiranha is a river fish that went extinct several million years ago and is a distant relative of the modern piranha. Researchers found part of its jaw and several of its monster teeth in South America. After modeling the body of the piranha, they think she was up to 3 feet long. That’s huge for a freshwater fish! Experts think that Megapiranha's speed was pretty much the same as its modern relatives…15-25 mph And when it’s with all her friends, they move as one, changing direction in a split second. But what if Megalodon met Megapiranha? Who would win in the fight?

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  • What If Titanoboa Snake Didnt Go Extinct?

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  • What If Megalodon and the Bloop Had to Divide the Ocean

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    Megalodon was an ancient marine predator, a giant shark feared by all aquatic life for millions of years. Megalodon had no competitors in the oceans. It was at the top of the food chain. Current sea inhabitants don't even realize how lucky they are because this monster went extinct about 3 million years ago. Although, people can't know for sure if it's really gone.

    The ocean is only 5 percent explored. It's possible that somewhere in the depths, Megalodon still terrifies all the fish. And today, the colossal shark will fight against a worthy opponent—the Bloop. Technically, that's just the name of the sound. The sound that oceanographers recorded in 1997. The creature that made it could be called a sea monster, a Kraken, a beast from the deep. No one knows how it looks, but we can guess its size. This ultra-low frequency Bloop was so powerful that it could be heard by special sensors 3,000 miles away.

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  • What If Megalodon Sharks Didnt Go Extinct?

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    2,600,000 years ago, megalodons terrorized the seas and oceans, and they were believed to be the largest sharks to ever live on Earth. They were also the largest predators in vertebrate history. What if this enormous marine carnivore had never become extinct? It isn’t a fun scenario to imagine, but, hey, we’ve also been toying with the idea ever since we saw fossils of dinosaurs and other beastly creatures that once roamed our planet. These gigantic animals ruled Earth millions of years ago, and we can’t help but wonder what our life would have been like if we’d coexisted with them.

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    What the megalodon shark was like 1:17
    The only remains of a megalodon to be discovered 3:20
    How did they attack their victims 5:06
    The main reason for the extinction of this great predator 6:10
    What if megalodons didn’t become extinct? 8:04
    Other huge prehistoric animals and birds 9:12

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    SUMMARY
    -Megalodon shark lived during the Neogene period, was between 52 ft and 59 ft, and its weight could vary from 70 to 100 tons. During the Renaissance period, the megalodon’s teeth were mistaken for the fossilized tips of the tongues of dragons and snakes.
    -The only remains of a megalodon to be discovered were its vertebrae and tooth. They were found around the continents of Australia, Southeast Asia, Europe, and North and South America.
    -Back in 2016, researchers at the University of Zurich’s Paleontological Institute and Museum found that the real reason the megalodons became extinct was due to competition over food.
    -The megalodon immediately clamped its teeth onto the body of its prey, which resulted in pulverized ribs and a ruptured heart and lungs. The second attack method of the megalodon was to rip its prey’s fins to immobilize it before chow time.
    -Had the megalodon shark survived, the aquatic biodiversity could have been rich if that had happened. However, the super predators that existed along with megalodons would also still be alive.
    -Other species that have caused terror on Earth were the Aegirocassis benmoulae, the Sarcosuchus imperator, the Megatherium americanum, the Titanis walleri, or “Terror Bird”.

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  • The Why and How of the Megalodon Extinction

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    How did one of the largest apex predators on planet Earth go extinct? Check out today's new epic video where we explain how the Megalodon actually died off. What killed off this giant shark for good? Find out in today's video as we dive deep into the ocean to find out!

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  • What If Titanoboa Snake, Megalodon Shark, and Cthulhu Were Real? | Marathon

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  • If Megalodon and Biggest Sea Dinosaur Met, Whod Be #1?

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    Today, we’re going deep into the dark parts of the ocean for the ultimate showdown. It's Megalodon against one of the biggest sea reptiles that ever existed: Shonisaurus. Time to see how these prehistoric giants stack up against each other!

    The odds look like they're in Megalodon's favor. The gigantic shark had 5 rows of over 250 razor-sharp teeth and the strongest bite-force of any creature that ever lived on this planet, way more than a Great White Shark or even T-Rex!

    Shonisaurus had no teeth, was smaller in size, and some theories say the giant squid legend Kraken had something to do with this prehistoric reptile's disappearance! But maybe Shony can defeat the ultimate terror of the sea with a little help from her friends? Eight rounds and only one winner. Who will it be?

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  • What If Megalodon Met The Biggest Snake Titanoboa

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  • What If Megalodon and Giant Crocodile Compete to Rule the Ocean

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    Sarcosuchus is the ancestor of today’s crocodiles. It lived about 120 million years ago in what is now the Sahara. But there was no desert then, and the world looked totally different. Until recently, we only had the teeth of this ancient crocodile to go on. But then scientists discovered some new remains, and they were able to figure out just how big she really was. Sarky was as long as a limousine - about 30 feet!

    As for the Megalodon, since the only remains of this giant shark are teeth and vertebrae, her true size remains a mystery. But if we compare her remains to the bodies of modern sharks, we get the incredible size of 50 feet. Meg’s fin alone is the size of an adult. This ancient monster remains the largest shark that ever existed. The largest white shark ever measured was 17 feet long. That’s less than half! Hey! We’ll compare these ancient water monsters in several categories, then pit them against each other in a duel to see which one’s the true queen of the water!

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  • What If Megalodon Was in Your Pool and You Slipped In

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    Megalodon is a giant shark that terrorized the oceans some 20 million years ago. For 13 million years, this 60-ton beast dominated the warm waters of our planet. To describe how large Megalodon sharks were, we can say that, besides fish, they ate seals, dolphins, and even large whales. We’re lucky that they lived between 145 million to 66 million years ago. Scientists believe that these fish became extinct due to a shift in the food chain. Though, some believe that the Megalodon still lives in the most remote and deepest parts of the ocean…

    But what would happen if Megalodon was still alive and lived in a pool? Like a goldfish. Only bigger. Fancy that. The first problem would be, of course, the size of the pool. Sharks always need to be in motion, so one thing was obvious: the pool needed to be round. If a dolphin needs a 24x24-foot space and they’re 1/10th the size of a Meg, then this pool needed to have a diameter of at least 240 feet. Yep, just shy of a football field! But the most difficult part is the feeding.

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  • What If Megalodon Sharks Never Went Extinct?

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    Would you ever venture into the ocean if you knew this creature could be lurking beneath you? It's twice the size of a T. rex, its jaws are big enough to crush cars, and it can swallow multiple humans at a time! This ancient beast is called a megalodon shark, and if it had never become extinct, it would have a surprisingly large impact on our lives. How would they change the way we use our oceans?

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  • 6 Biggest Megalodon Enemies Ever Existed

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    Megalodon was the biggest shark of the ocean 23 million years ago. It could grow up to 60 ft, and its jaw bite was stronger than a T. Rex’s. So you might think there was nothing that could stop it. But even this massive shark had enemies, and their fights could be lethal.

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    Cetotherium 1:36
    Zygophyseter Varolai 3:08
    Aulophyseter 4:31
    Brygmophyseter Shigensis 5:27
    Rhamphosuchus 6:36
    Livyatan Melvillei 8:03

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    - Cetotherium was a baleen whale from the Cetotheriidae family. It lived from the mid-Miocene period to the Early Pliocene period and grew up to 15 ft. Fossil records have revealed that Cetotherium would be Megalodon’s top target.
    - Zygophyseter lived in the late Miocene period, some 11 to 7 million years ago, and it cruised the Mediterranean region. From fossil records, paleontologists have gathered that Zygophyseter grew to be 20 ft long. It had an asymmetrical cranium, which is commonly associated with high-frequency sound production and echolocation.
    - Aulophyseter was a predatory whale, very similar to modern-day sperm whales. Sperm whales are the largest predators and the largest toothed whales today. Aulophyseter lived in the Miocene period.
    - Brygmophyseter was a highly predatory sperm whale. The only known fossil is a nearly complete skeleton that is dated at 14 to 15 million years old. From it, paleontologists gathered that Brygmophyseter was 23 ft long. Theories suggest that it swam in pods as other whales do.
    - Rhamphosuchus is one of the largest known crocodiles ever to roam Earth. The world wouldn’t even be aware of the existence of Rhamphosuchus if it wasn’t for the discovery of incomplete sets of fossils that are mostly teeth and skulls. Rhamphosuchus is estimated to have been 26 to 36 ft long.
    - Livyatan and Megalodon were 2 of the most terrifying creatures to roam the oceans, and both lived during the Miocene period. Livyatan was a whale that was 60 ft long and weighed up to 50 tons. Its largest teeth were up to 14” long.

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  • What If Megalodon and T-Rex Evolved into One Creature

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    What would Megalodon look like today? Well, a giant shark longer than a bus! But what if the mighty Megalodon mixed with T-Rex! Huge Megalodon teeth - check! T-Rex's powerful legs - done! Nothing could stop a Megalodon and T-Rex hybrid. And guess what? It's running after you!!! You can't outrun a T-Rex and you can't outswim a megalodon. So, what would you do?

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  • What If Giant Spiders Occupied Your City One Day

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    Do you like absurd hypothetical questions? Here's one them. What if giant spiders occupied your city? Picture this: You wake up and switch on the TV. It's yakking in the background while you go on with your morning routine. A news program's on, and you hear the presenter talking about giant spiders, city authorities, and invasion, while you burn your toast. It sounds too sci-fi, and you don't pay it too much attention. They're probably talking about a new action movie.

    An hour later, you get into your car and switch on the radio. The reception is surprisingly weak, and you can only catch separate words: ...spiders... caution... unprecedented... be careful... at home until... You start to feel nervous - what danger are they warning about? You're driving through your neighborhood, heading for the downtown. But just as you're about to turn into the main road, your foot hits the brakes while your mind goes blank...

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  • What If You Were Attacked by a Megalodon?

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    The most deadly predator of the sea spent its day conquering and terrorizing every creature in sight. This is the megalodon. It lived millions of years ago, but let's assume this monster shark was alive today. And instead of worrying about other creatures in the sea, this megalodon is now coming for you. How would the megalodon hunt you down? How could your size be your best advantage? And could you survive this attack?

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  • Megalodon VS Bloop –

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    When discussing deep-sea monsters the Megalodon always seems to pop up in conversation, but what about the Bloop? Some haven’t even heard of this large underwater creature, let alone what it even was. But according to ultra-low frequency data recorded in 1997 there is a very large marine fish or a squid of some sort prowling the ocean. Bloop was believed to only exist in Jewish scripture, but what if it’s real? In the deep dark depths of the ocean, there is nothing quite so unnerving as the unknown, so if the Bloop does exist, how would it compare to the Megalodon? If they were to face off in the ocean, in a match between the Megaladon Vs Bloop, who would win?

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  • Titanoboa: Monster Snake - Titanoboa Vs. T-Rex

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  • What Would Happen If the Titanic Met the Kraken?

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    How large was the iceberg that sank the Titanic? Months before the disaster struck, a ginormous chunk of ice had broken away from a glacier in southwest Greenland. It was made of the snow that had fallen about 100,000 years ago - when mammoths were still roaming the planet. And when the iceberg just started its journey, it was a huge thing. Almost 1,700 ft (518 m) long, it also weighed 75 million tons!

    Even after melting into the water for months, the iceberg still weighed an impressive one and a half million tons. Its top part was towering over the water for almost 100 ft (30m). But what people saw was just a tiny part of a jumbo piece of ice. The largest part of any iceberg is hidden under the surface, with a mere one-tenth visible above the water. The Titanic iceberg wasn't an exception. The moment the ship collided with it, the vessel was doomed. But what if what we know about the disaster is not true? What if it had been the Kraken that sank the Titanic? A legendary creature feared by everyone who sets off on a sea voyage...

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  • 10 Sightings of the Megalodon That May Prove It Exists

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    10 Sightings of the Megalodon That May Prove It Exists
    No other prehistoric animals has divided opinions more than the megalodon, mostly about the question
    whether it still exists or not. While a lot of experts definitely say that these monsters are long gone,
    there are still some who fervently believe that they still roam the earth’s waters. Many sightings of the
    mighty fish have been reported through the decades, some of which are so compelling that it’s really
    hard not to believe that these monsters died out millions of years ago. The number one sighting is
    particularly curious, so stay tuned for that. Here are 10 Sightings of the Megalodon That May Prove It
    Exists.

    Number 10. An Unverified Attack
    Let’s start things off not with an actual sighting, but with the possible outcome of a close encounter with
    a megalodon. A few years ago, a photo surfaced on the internet showing a beached whale. While seeing
    abeached whale is already strange in itself, there’s something that sets this event apart from the rest.
    The whale’s entire tail is missing, and it looks like it’s been bitten off by something large.
    The most compelling thing about the photo is that you can clearly see bite marks around where the tail
    should have been. Now, this is a 70 foot humpback whale, one of the largest animals in the oceans, who
    could have done such a thing?
    While it is true that Orcas or killer whales have a habit of hunting and feeding on whales, it isn’t known
    whether they can take on a whale of this size. Plus, experts believe that the tail was shorn off in one
    bite. The only animal with the size and strength to possibly do this is, you’ve guessed it, the mighty
    megalodon.

    Number 9. Unusually Young Teeth
    Still yet another sighting, I promise we will get into those in a bit, but not something less compelling.
    This story has something to do with the British ship HMS Challenger, a former small warship that was
    converted into the first dedicated oceanographic ship with its own laboratories, microscopes and other
    scientific equipment onboard. Its job was to explore the oceans and discover new animals that have
    never been previously discovered, mostly by dredging the bottom of the ocean and see what they can
    drag up.
    While dredging a seabed near Tahiti in 1875, pulled up a pair of Megalodon teeth. Over the years, dating
    of the teeth has produced mixed results. Some dates fall in the 10,000-15,000-year-old range. That's a
    far cry from 1.5 million years ago, when Megalodon supposedly went extinct. If the dating is accurate,
    megalodons have survived to a far later time than previously thought. And if they made it to as late as
    10,000 years ago, who’s to say they aren’t roaming the oceans today?

    Number 8. The Google Map Sighting

    Ever since Google Maps was launched, a lot of people have been finding strange things on there. Some
    are easily explainable, like glitches on the photo or misidentifying certain things or animals to be
    something totally different, like in a recent viral photo, which many thought to be proof of the Kraken,
    turned out to be just a rock. But there are some cases that, no matter how strange they are, can’t simply
    be explained by conventional thinking.

    This image reportedly shows a Google Map image in the Bahamas. In it you can clearly show the
    silhouette of an extremely large fish. We know it’s large because these images are taken by satellites
    orbiting the earth, so animal that would have registered on the image must be extremely large.
    Could it be a whale shark, the only living animal that could even remotely match what’s on the photo?
    Yes, it could be, but if you see the photo, there’s something quite a bit off with the shape for it to be a
    whale shark. Of course, it is a bit premature to declare this to be a megalodon, but what are the other
    possibilities?
    Of course there’s the “doctored photo” explanation, which is also highly likely. But, in the remotest of
    chances that the google map image wasn’t faked, is it still safe to swim in the Bahamas?

    Number 7. The Cape Town Photo
    This piece of evidence caused both a sensation and an uproar dividing mainstream scientists and those
    who are keeping an open mind. This very famous photo shows an extremely large fish swimming
    alongside German Uboats, reportedly taken just off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa during the
    height or World War II in 1942. The photo even shows German sailors looking at the monstrous beast as
    it swims alongside the submarines.

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  • Megalodon Went Extinct Because of Great White Sharks

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    The megalodon shark roamed the oceans, scaring (and chewing) everything to pieces long after the dinosaurs were wiped out by the great meteorite. We know that it was the largest and most brutal predator that ever lived, as well as the biggest shark. It was the king of all seas, swimming freely between most parts of the ocean. But then, about 2.5 million years ago, the last of its kind disappeared from Earth forever, leaving only their huge teeth to be found by modern archeologists. So why did megalodon go extinct?

    At first, scientists thought it was a mass marine extinction that happened around the time that caused the megalodon to expire. They believe a supernova exploded some 150 light-years from Earth, and its cosmic radiation reached our planet, changing its climate. But then, in 2019, a group of researchers found something weird: the fossils left over from the monster sharks dated back to an earlier period. That could mean they went extinct before the supernova. A new explanation had to be devised, and it came from an unexpected source...

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    It's easy to see why many people consider the Megalodon as the most remarkable sea creature after watching the movie Meg. This could have one of the most potent bite forces in the world but are certainly not the scariest of their kind. What other sea creatures didn't have in size, they augmented with bite force and charisma. Sit tight as we run through the ten terrifying creatures scarier than the Megalodon shark!
    10. Stethacanthus
    The Stethancanthus is one animal that gives stern warning to people who think that being huge is a necessity to qualify as a terrific creature. It resembles a typical shark with a pointed face and sharp teeth, but instead of the regular dorsal fin, it has a strange anvil-shaped spike on its head. This animal lived around 360 to 260 million years ago and boasted of unusual physical characteristics. Although they were tenacious predators in their own right, they were prey for larger fish like the Dunkleosteus. This animal resembles similar shark species that would later evolve today.
    They were solitary hunters that stuck to small fish, anthropoids, and cephalopods. They were also fast swimmers and hunted prey by chasing and grabbing them from the seabed. Their flat dorsal fins are the most striking feature, plus the tooth-shaped scales. Only the males had this odd fin, meaning that it played a crucial role in mating and courtship displays. Although relatively minor in size, this animal is brutal and can pose some resistance to more giant creatures despite the chances that it could be defeated.
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    9. Plesiosaurus

    Even if we agree that the Megalodon was one of the most dreaded creatures of its time, the Plesiosaurus fits into the same shoe. This animal is a giant reptile measuring about 43 feet long and appearing on several movies and TV shows. The incredible feature of this reptile is its long serpentine necks consisting of almost half of its entire body. Think of the average human neck and what it would look like if it were ten times longer. After imagining the possibility, understand that this animal's neck is ten times that of an average human's own.
    Their massive razor-sharp teeth have a 33000 PSI bite force that allows them to hunt other sea creatures while navigating through the ocean in a flying-like motion. Its long neck was used to snatch fish trying to escape its grip. What even makes this animal more terrific is the fact that they can catch their prey easily. Even if you find your way into a boat, the chances are that its long neck would stretch to the boat to snatch you away.

    8. Bobbitt worms
    Regular earthworms are so harmless that we love to have them around our farms because they do a perfect job of aerating the soil. Imagine having a 10 feet worm dwelling inconspicuously under the seafloor and ready to hunt. Yea, this is what the Bobbitt worm is known for. These deadly worms lie on the floor of world oceans and open their mouths to trap unlucky prey while the rest of their bodies are safely hidden underground. The only instinct this beast has is hunger which makes them eat and capture anything with their antennas.
    They use their super-sharp pharynx to slice their victims in half while dragging them into the ocean ground and settling for a decent meal. It becomes fascinating to learn that this animal tactfully erases any evidence that the prey ever crossed its path. This worm can permanently paralyze human appendages using its bristles that release toxins that cause skin irritation. How they reproduce remains a mystery to researchers, although some plausible theories support their reproduction cycle.

    6. Mosasaurus
    Mosasaurus ruled the sea during the Cretaceous period dating over 100 million years ago. This ruthless predator has a striking resemblance with the sea dinosaur, but scientists agree that it was a reptile related to snakes. Although this monster varied in size, an average one reached a whopping 50 feet. This monster uses its vast flippers and flexible body to kill and swallow anything that crosses its path. It is an apex predator meaning that other creatures run for their lives on sighting them. Their double hung Jaws and two rows of teeth help the mouth stretch as wide as possible to accommodate other sea monsters, sharks, and smaller species.

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    The megalodon shark is famous for being the world's largest shark to ever exist, and with the release of Shark Week - we thought we'd bring in 10 solid reasons that this bad boy could still be swimming in the deepest part of the ocean!

    The megalodon has been the stuff of legends for decades, even though it supposedly went extinct over 1.5 million years ago. Fishermen still claim to have seen giant sharks over 60 feet long that match the description of the mighty megalodon. But are these stories exaggerated, faked, or have these fishermen been seeing whale sharks and great whites and mistaking them for the prehistoric beast?

    The megalodon may be extinct, but it might also be hiding deep within our oceans, perhaps even in the Mariana Trench. Over 80% of our oceans are undiscovered, giving the megalodon a lot of places to hide out. In fact, it costs over $30 million for the proper equipment to even explore the trench, and it takes some brave scientists and thrill seekers to give it a try. However, the money might be worth it. In 2012 the Brazilian Coastguard caught a very convincing video of a giant shark passing by them as they completed a rescue operation. Megalodon teeth have also been found that are just over 10,000 years old.. If scientists have been wrong about sea creature extinction before-- like with the coelacanth-- then they could be wrong about the meg too. If anyone were to prove the existence of these prehistoric sharks, they would undoubtedly make millions and become a part of history. From the “Black Demon” in the Sea of Cortez to the terrorizing of fishermen in New Zealand, here are the reasons the megalodon may still be out there.

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  • Megalodons Have Been Sighted All Around The World?

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    A mysterious creature, huge, fast, and lethal, is lurking somewhere in the dark. People claim to have seen a giant shark here and there all over the planet. Maybe it's the Megalodon, an ancient predator that's believed to be long gone? But could Megalodon still live In the deep ocean? This shark was the real king of the oceans - it even hunted whales! Surely such a majestic creature couldn't disappear without a trace? And indeed, there have been several cases when witnesses were sure they had seen the Meg. But could it be just their fear talking?

    The Megalodon, which means big tooth, is the largest shark ever to roam the Earth's seas and oceans. It reportedly lived 23 to 3.6 million years ago and was truly enormous. Its bite was more powerful than that of a T-Rex. And no wonder - not only did the animal have super-strong jaws, but its teeth also reached 7 inches in length! Even better, the Megalodon had about 300 teeth growing in at least 6 rows. The shark itself could grow up to 59 ft - that's twice the length of a London double-decker bus!

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  • MEGALODON VS GIANT OCTOPUS - Who Would Win?

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    Megalodon vs giant octopus - who would win in a fight?
    The biggest shark that has ever existed or a creature that might not have actually lived on earth at all. So we kinda have a fantasy match-up here.
    However, there are some really large octopuses in the sea, such as the Giant Pacific octopus, which can reach an arm-span of more than 6m. Therefore, it is quite conceivable that there might have been larger octopuses in the past.
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    Top Ten Sharks Scarier Than
    The Megalodon
    If you've watched the movie, Meg, you'd probably think that the Megalodon is the scariest sea monster
    in the world. And it's easy to see why you may think that.
    The Megalodon is an insanely big prehistoric monster and could grow as long as 50 feet. Asides that, we
    are almost certain that the Megalodon had the strongest bite force of all its peers.
    However, the Megalodon isn't the scariest sea monster. In fact, there are ten sea monsters far scarier,
    and on this video, we'll go running through them all.
    This is it. Here are the ten sea monsters definitely scarier than the Megalodon.
    #10 Stethacanthus
    When it comes to size, this strange shark is certainly not outstanding. I mean, most other sharks on this
    list are way larger than it. However, one trait of the Stethacanthus made sure it could make this list.
    And what's that trait? The shark has an extremely unique dorsal fin that scientists haven't been able to
    fully explain or understand yet. And yes, this dorsal fin would have been extremely scary to human
    beings. Thankfully, this animal died out about two hundred million years ago so we didn't even have to
    be scared to death of it.
    The unusual dorsal fin of this shark resembles an anchor or an ironing board, and small spikes covered
    this crest to make it even scarier.
    Scientists believe that this unusually shaped fin was mostly used for mating rituals, and this belief is
    better reinforced when you consider that only males had this weird thing jutting out of their heads.

    #9 Blue Whale
    The blue whale is the only animal on this list to not be extinct, and I know what you're thinking. How is
    the blue whale even scarier than the Megalodon?
    Well, did you know that the Blue whale is literally the largest sea animal to ever exist? Yes. Bigger than
    even the Meg, and a lot of dinosaurs. There has never been a sea monster larger than the Blue Whale,
    and that's just a fact.

    Do you still think the Blue Whale is not scary? Imagine if you were a diver and you suddenly came into
    contact with a large shark that was bigger than a three-storey building. Wouldn't you be scared straight
    out of your mind?
    That's exactly the kind of animal the Blue Whale is. It can grow up to an immense and frankly
    outrageous length of 98 feet and weighs about 190 tons.
    Thankfully, these whales aren't a fan of human meat. Or meat, generally. The diet of Blue whales is
    largely confined to krills which are small fishes that are usually found together in large groups. That's
    probably the only reason it isn't higher up on this list.
    Despite the fact that a Blue Whale may not want to eat a tasty human being, you would certainly be
    scared if you see this gigantic animal swimming towards you.
    #8 Plesiosaurs
    Look, when I think of scary I think of large teeth, a jaw that can grind a small plane and huge menacing
    eyes. I generally don't think of a lumbering long-necked turtle-like creature that looks like it could
    smother just about anything to death.
    Regardless of this, fear is the overwhelming emotion people feel when they see the Plesiosaurs. This
    animal lived over a hundred and thirty million years ago and looks like something from the imagination
    of a disturbed child. If you think that the Plesiosaurs looks like the Loch Ness monster, you may not be
    wrong. In fact, this animal served as the inspiration of the Loch Ness monster, and its unique anatomy
    means that it's the subject of a lot of controversy in the scientific community.
    When Mary Anning, a renowned palaeontologist, first discovered the bones of this prehistoric sea
    creature, people said that she had forged it. Why? They simply could not believe that such an animal
    could exist. But she was right, and other fossils proved it.

    #7 Mosasaurus
    Have you watched Jurassic world? If you have, you'd know that one of the scariest dinosaurs is the
    Mosasaurus, an actual real-life monster that roamed the seas millions and millions of years ago. These
    simply gigantic reptiles could swallow their prey whole but they usually preferred to slice their prey into
    small bite-sized morsels with their extremely sharp backward bending teeth.
    The reptile had a mass of about fourteen thousand kilograms and could reach a length of about eighteen
    meters.
    So, why did these animals go extinct? What was that huge thing that could have made them leave the
    face of the earth never to be seen again? Well, scientists don't exactly know. However, they know the

    Mosasaurus aren't in existence today for the same reasons that we no longer see dinosaurs walking
    about in North America.

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    10 Scary Shark Sightings That Might Just Be Megalodon!
    No other shark has ever captured our collective imaginations, and with good reason. Many believe that
    they were the most formidable predators to have ever swim the world’s oceans. And while conventional
    knowledge says they’ve gone extinct, many still believe that they are still alive, hiding underneath the
    vast oceans, only sporadically being seen.


    Number 10. The Google Map Sighting
    Some people make Google Maps surfing a hobby, which is kind of weird but thanks to them, we have a
    lot of weird things to look at on the internet. Some are easily explainable, like glitches on the photo or
    simple misidentification of objects, like in a fairly recent viral photo, which many believed to be proof of
    the Kraken, turned out to be just a rock. But there are some cases that can’t simply be explained by
    conventional thinking.

    This reportedly shows a Google Map image in the Bahamas. In it you can clearly show the silhouette of
    an unusually large fish. We know it’s large because these images are taken by satellites orbiting the
    earth, so animal that would have registered on the image must massive.
    Could it be a whale shark? Of course, it could be, but if you look closely, there’s something quite a bit off
    with the shape of the animal for it to be a whale shark. Of course, it is a bit premature to declare this to
    be a megalodon, but if you come up with other possibilities, I’m all ears.
    Of course there’s the “doctored photo” explanation, which is also highly likely. But, in the remotest of
    chances that this google map image wasn’t faked, is it still safe to swim in the Bahamas?

    Number 9. The Coast Guard Footage

    Aside from sailors, who obviously spend most of their lives at sea, coastguards are the most likely
    people to spot a meg and finally confirm that they still roam the world’s waters. On their rescue
    helicopters, they would have the perfect vantage point to spot anything lurking below the waves. And in
    this very controversial footage, they might have accidentally found the presumed extinct giant shark.
    The Brazilian coast guard caught sight of the monstrous fish while attempting a sea rescue. At first, the
    coast guard officers didn’t notice the giant silhouette swimming past them beneath the waves, but after
    re-watching the footage, they couldn’t believe their eyes. If the size of the shadow is any indication, the
    animal was upwards of 60 feet long.

    Of course it could have been just another large fish, primarily the whale shark, but there’s one glaring
    flaw in that assumption; whale sharks can’t be found anywhere in Brazil. Furthermore, the footage has
    been analyzed by many experts, and they found the footage to be completely unaltered. With this, the
    video has been touted as the best evidence for the continued existence of the megalodon yet.

    Number 8. The Zane Grey Account
    Pearl Zane Grey was an American author and dentist best known for his adventure novels and stories
    associated with the Western genre in literature and the arts. His bestselling book by far is called Riders
    of the Purple Sage.
    Now, I know what you are thinking; what does an award winning novelist with a penchant for writing
    westerns have anything to do with megalodons. Well, he believes he actually saw one, or rather a shark
    that’s simply too big to be, and I quote “a harmless white shark”.
    In the novel Megalodon: Fact or Fiction?, Rick Emmer says that Grey claimed to have seen "one of the
    man-eating monsters of the South Pacific," a shark much longer than his 30-40-foot boat. Apparently,
    the shark was "yellow and green ... with a square head, immense pectoral fins and a few white spots."
    Now, Grey didn’t actually say that he thought that the animal he saw was the might meg. It’s too big to
    be a great white, and the color certainly rules out whale sharks, so what other shark out there fits the
    description?

    Number 7. An Unverified Attack

    Let me just say that this isn’t about an actual sighting, but rather the possible outcome of a close
    encounter with a megalodon. A few years ago, a photo made rounds on the internet showing a dead
    beached whale. While seeing a beached whale is sad, it’s not really unheard of, but there’s something
    that sets this apart from the rest. The whale’s entire tail is missing, and it looks like it’s been bitten off by
    something large.

  • Megalodon Vs Livyatan - Who Would Win?

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    Megalodon, the largest shark of all time, was probably the strongest living creature that ever existed on earth. but there is a sea creature that could defeat it... and that's the dangerous prehistoric whale Livyatan.
    What happens when 2 fearsome beasts like a megalodon and a Livyatan meet in the ocean and who would most likely win if they were to fight? Let's take a closer look in this video.

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  • 15 Biggest Megalodon Enemies To Ever Exist

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    The Megalodon is rumored to be a monstrous shark, the biggest ever to exist. The prehistoric beast had a massive set of jaws and rows and rows of razor-sharp teeth! It also had a host of enemies, and none of them were human! Most of these enemies wouldn’t be keen to go toe-to-toe with the big beast, but they disliked them intensely. From the big, bad Titanoboa, to one of the earliest baleen whales, here are 15 Biggest Megalodon Enemies to Ever Exist!

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  • Megalodon VS Titanoboa | WHO WOULD WIN?

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    Megalodon vs Titanoboa
    If we are talking about the most powerful and dangerous snakes then the Titanoboa will be on top of the list. On the other side the most dangerous shark is definitely the Megalodon. Snakes and sharks both can live underwater but what if they fought with each other? Who will win!?
    So, let’s talk about it.

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  • 30 Sea Creatures Even Megalodon Would Avoid

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    Can you imagine an epic battle like this: the Meg vs Kraken?! The scariest shark ever vs the legendary sea monster... Who would win? Maybe the Meg's sharp teeth would cut the huge monster lto strips of calamari... or Kraken would easily catch the shark with its huge tentacles? That would be a battle to remember! For sure...

    We know so little about all those creatures living in the ocean... what are they - swimming deep in the ocean right under our rented vacation boat? Some of them are really scary or unexpectedly huge in size... For example, did you know that a jellyfish can reach up to 6.5 feet (200 cm). And it's a jellyfish! 

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    What if Megalodon never went extinct and the giant predator still lives in the Bermuda Triangle? That would make this zone twice a no-go area! Place the famous Titanic there - and the greatest mystery turns into the greatest action movie! Imagine if the Titanic and Megalodon met in the Bermuda Triangle...

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  • 18 Sea Monsters That Are More Terrifying Than Megalodon

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    The megalodon was one of the largest predators that's ever lived on our planet. These sharks' length could probably reach 60 to 80 ft. And their maximum weight was more than 50 tons. That's the combined weight of 10 African elephants! The modern sperm whale grows as long as the megalodon was or even longer. But the prehistoric shark used to be heavier. The great white shark's maximum length is just 20 feet. The largest specimens grow to be two and a half tons. Which means the megalodon was more than 20 times heavier and 3 times longer than the great white!

    The Meg had terrifying serrated teeth - they're still found all over the world in impressive quantities. The largest of them were three times longer than the great white shark's teeth. And if you placed this tooth on your palm, it would cover it whole. Ancient people believed the megalodon’s teeth were huge serpents' tongues. They even called these teeth tongue stones. It seems there can't be an animal more terrifying than the ginormous shark. But you might be in for a surprise. Tons of incredible and really bizarre creatures live in the depths of the Mariana Trench! So, check out our new compilation of the strangest animals in the world!

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    Deep-sea cucumbers 6:20
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    Comb jelly 7:07
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    Owl fish 7:58
    Amphipods 8:10
    Dumbo octopus 8:36
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  • 40+ Facts About Deep-Sea Creatures Scarier Than Megalodon

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    Did you know that the Meg wasn't the largest creature living deep in the ocean? Actually, the largest ocean creature is... a jellyfish! Yup! It's not that little one you're used to thinking of: being about the size of a dinner plate. Lion's Mane Jellyfish has a bell of about 2.3 meters in diameter and its tentacles can reach about 36.5 meters in length. And bluebottle jellyfish can reach up to 165 meters in length. It is the world's longest creature made up of colonies of separate organisms. Super long tentacles are also highly venomous.

    Apart from the largest creatures, the ocean is also full of different organisms. Little but dangerous crabs, turtles, venomous sea snakes, goblin sharks. Who else lives in the ocean depth and is the Meg the scariest monster out there?

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  • Megalodon VS Titanoboa | What happens when the biggest shark competes with the biggest snake?

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    Megalodon VS Titanoboa | What happens when the biggest shark competes with the biggest snake?

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    Megalodon was the largest shark that ever roamed on planet earth. They used to live 23 million years ago and went extinct around 2 million years ago. On the other hand Tiatanoboa was the largest snake which came into existence earlier than megalodon around 67 million years ago and went extinct as megalodon came into scene. That these two giants never came face to face. But what would have happen if these creatures came head to head ? What do you think who would have won ? Both of them were one largest predator but megalodon were way bigger than titanoboa, they were around 60-70 feet in length and titanoboa was 42 feet long which was confirmed by the fossil of the snake found in columbia. So what do you think which creature would have the upper hand ?

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  • What If You Came Face-to-Face With Megalodon

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    The megalodon is the world's most famous ancient predator. Big, dangerous, and deadly. The Meg went extinct about 3.6 million years ago…or maybe it didn't? Some people claim to have seen the giant sharks. Others believe megalodons are hiding from us deep in the ocean where people have never been, such as in the Mariana Trench. Also, people constantly find megalodon teeth. Some think it's because the giant sharks still exist, but are just trying to avoid attracting attention.

    So what could you do to prevent a megalodon from thinking you could be its next meal? The chance of being attacked by a shark is much less if you're in a group of people. The shark understands that attacking lots of people could be dangerous, so it will retreat peacefully. Unless it's with a group of other megalodons, of course. A megalodon can hear the vibrations in the water if there's a large number of people on the beach. But if you're alone in deep water, there's nothing to stop it from attacking you. But are there some ways to protect yourself from a megalodon attack?

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  • 15 Sea Monsters That Are Scarier Than Megalodon

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    We really didn’t think that anything could be scarier than a Megalodon, an extinct species of shark. But, as it turns out, there are plenty of other sea monsters that could terrify you even more! As if we needed another reason not to swim in the sea…From a sea-dwelling reptile to a fish-splitting worm, here are 15 sea monsters that are scarier than Megalodon.

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  • MEGALODON VS MOSASAURUS: Whos The KING Of The SEAS?

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    Millenary, lethal, and epic! These apex predators didn’t live in the same era but here I’m going to show you what would happen if they fought to the death. Do you want to know who would win? Stay tuned!

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    Having a great size, weight, and strength, the first competitor that I’m going to show you is the unbeatable Megalodon, which is able to eat you in a bite.

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  • 15 Mythical Sea Creatures Scarier Than Megalodon

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    What if Megalodon wasn’t the scariest creature that roamed the waters? What if there were far scarier creatures lurking at the bottom of the ocean, waiting for their meal to come along? Size doesn't always matter.

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    BOBBIT WORM

    There aren't any mummies or zombies buried under the seafloor: instead, the ocean has its own terror from below, the Bobbit worm. A couple of inches wide and up to ten feet long, the Bobbit worm stays hidden under tropical sands with just its five antennae poking out waiting. When it senses prey above, it moves with speed and strength to grab them, sometimes splitting its fishy prey in half with its sharp teeth! It also injects them with a toxin to help break down its food to make it easier to digest.

    Readers of a certain age will remember the story of Mrs. Lorena Bobbitt, who in 1993 made world news for taking a kitchen implement to her abusive husband’s private parts. The report remained in the public consciousness for several years, which explains why in 1996 a lowly and largely overlooked ocean worm was finally given the name of Bobbit worm. The Bobbit worm is a worm, weaponized. It has huge, scissor-like jaws that open wide. Five antennae protruding from its head act like tripwires. The Bobbit worm’s razor-sharp mouthparts strike with such velocity that prey is sometimes sliced clean in two.

    DUMBO OCTOPUS

    Dumbo octopuses live in the deep open ocean down to depths of at least 13,100 feet and perhaps much deeper, making this group the deepest living of all known octopuses. Life at these extreme depths requires the ability to live in very cold water and in the complete absence of sunlight. Dumbo octopuses are naturally rare, and the deep sea is enormous, so these species have specialized behaviors to increase the likelihood that they can successfully reproduce anytime that they find a mate.

    Though they spend much of their lives suspended above the seafloor, Dumbo octopuses lay their eggs on the bottom, attached to rocks or other hard surfaces. Dumbo octopuses move by slowly flapping their ear-like fins, and they use their arms to steer. They are foraging predators and eat pelagic invertebrates that swim above the seafloor. As there are few large predators in the deep sea, Dumbo octopuses’ primary predators are diving fishes and marine mammals, including tunas, sharks, and dolphins. Due to their preference for extreme depths, they are only very rarely captured in fishing nets and are probably not threatened by human activities.

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