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What If Megalodon Sharks Never Went Extinct?

  • 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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  • 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.

    TIMESTAMPS
    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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  • Why Megalodon Went Extinct

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    For more than 10 million years, Megalodon was at the top of its game as the oceans’ apex predator...until 2.6 million years ago, when it went extinct. So, what happened to the largest shark in history?

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  • Did They Find a Living Megalodon In the Mariana Trench?

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    Сould Megalodon sharks still be alive in the deepest parts of the ocean? Science tells us that Megalodon sharks are extinct. Given that it was a massive shark with noticeable feeding habits, we guess that if Megalodon sharks were still roaming the oceans, they would probably have been spotted by someone by now. But perhaps not if they lived in the deepest place on Earth: the Mariana Trench.

    TIMESTAMPS:
    What the name Megalodon means 1:49
    Megalodon’s size 3:26
    The deepest spot on Earth 4:13
    Could Megalodon live in the Mariana Trench 5:00
    How many people reached Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench 6:39

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    SUMMARY:
    - The Megalodon shark roamed the oceans as early as 23 million years ago, and we have their fossils to prove their existence. When people first encountered Megalodon teeth, they believed them to be rocks that had made their way to Earth from the moon.
    - Megalodon was the biggest shark to terrorize the ocean, and it is thought to have gone extinct 2.6 million years ago. The name Megalodon means “big tooth.” Most of the recovered Megalodon fossil teeth have been 4” to 5”. But there are a few enormous teeth that are over 7”.
    - The Mariana Trench is 6.83 miles deep and measures more than 1,500 miles long and 43 miles wide. To put the depth into perspective, if you were to put Mount Everest into the Mariana Trench, the top would still be sticking out. To put the length into perspective, in 1,500 miles you could fit all the states between Florida and Massachusetts. 1,500 miles is also the distance between Madrid, in Spain, and Copenhagen, in Denmark.
    - To survive in the Mariana Trench, Megalodon would have had to adapt to the living conditions and evolve. It would also have to switch its diet from whales, dolphins, sea lions, and sea cows to whatever organisms reside in the Mariana Trench and hope that it could find and eat its usual 2,500 lb of food per day.
    - According to the United Nations, there are 7.6 billion people in the world today, and only 3 of them have made it to the deepest point on Earth. The reality is that with so little research, it is impossible to know what lies in the depths of the Mariana Trench.

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  • What If Dinosaurs Never Went Extinct?

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    How cool would it be to see a real life T-Rex? If only that one fatal asteroid never hit Earth.

    Would dinosaurs still be alive today? Would they have evolved? Would humans have survived this long? Could we ever learn to co-exist?

    Until 66 million years ago, dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes roamed the Earth. Intelligent, adaptable, and sometimes weighing as much as two jetplanes, it’s hard to believe that it only took one rock to wipe them all out. Of course, this was no ordinary rock.

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  • क्या होगा अगर Megalodon फिरसे बापस आ जाये ? What If Megalodon Sharks Never Went Extinct?

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    क्या होगा अगर Megalodon फिरसे बापस आ जाये ? What If Megalodon Sharks Never Went Extinct?
    Megalodon, meaning big tooth, is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 3.6 million years ago, during the Early Miocene to the Pliocene. It was formerly thought to be a member of the family Lamnidae and a close relative of the great white shark.

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  • Scientists Prove The Megalodon Is Extinct

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    The Meg definitely went extinct because all you can find of it now are it's teeth! Global warming hit it hard, along with no food source like blue whales, and other sharks taking over. You'll never find real life footage of the shark, not even in the mariana's trench! Best you can do is hunt for it's teeth!

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    Throughout our planet’s history there have lived many a larger-than-life predator capable of doing some serious damage to large prey. Between giant dinosaurs like the T-Rex and fearsome mammals like saber-toothed cats, there’s never been a shortage of meat-eating giants. None of them, however, can hold a candle to the largest marine predator that ever lived, the behemoth 18 meter, 60 ton monster shark known as Megalodon. Mysteriously, however, this unimaginably large shark disappears from the fossil record roughly 3 million years ago. Scientists have long been baffled as to why. In this video we explore the possible theories as how Megalodon became extinct and uncover new evidence that suggests the real answer may have been found.

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  • 5 Scary Shark Sightings That Might Just Be Megalodon!

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    Sharks are big. But the legendary megalodon is even bigger. They are to sharks what horses are to ponies, which is why it’s good news that they went the way of the dodo a long, long time ago. But what if they didn’t? what if they are still out there? These are scary shark sightings that might just be megalodon?

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  • Sea Monsters Scarier Than Megalodon

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    These prehistoric sea monsters are much scarier than the huge megalodon shark! These are some of the biggest creatures in the ocean that you've probably never even heard of! Giant fish, whales, and even some squids! Anyone say Kraken!?

    The Megalodon may have been the biggest, baddest, most ferocious shark to ever swim the ocean, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a whole plethora of frightening sea monsters both modern and extinct that give the big boy predator a run for its money. From prehistoric giants to creepy squids, to deadly worms, The Richest explores real sea monsters scarier than the Megalodon. Strap on your oxygen tanks and let's dive down to learn more about these demons of the deep.

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  • More Sea Monsters Scarier Than Megalodon

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    The megalodon shark is one of the ocean's most ferocious predators of all time, but did you know there are more sea monsters that're much scarier!?

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    For millions of years, Megalodon was king of the ocean - nothing could get in its way. It could bite its razor sharp teeth down with as much deadly force as a tyrannosaurus rex, and it stretched longer than a modern-day school bus. Its reputation was as frightening as any other animal in history, however, reputation and reality don’t always line up.

    If we take a closer look, a number of other deep-sea demons could take down the former apex predator. From enormous whales to 60-foot reptiles capable of taking down anything in its path, to ancient dinosaurs, and modern sharks with a thirst for vengeance, as you’re about to see, Megalodon had a number of formidable opponents.

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  • Testing if Sharks Can Smell a Drop of Blood

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    What is likely happening is that the sharks can smell the blood but it's just not in a quantity that is interesting to them especially since they don't love human blood that much (btw, I spoke with a marine biologist and mammal blood is all the same from a chemical marker stand point so cow blood is a suitable substitute for human blood). If I did the experiment again, I would want to test human blood vs. fish blood.

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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.

    TIMESTAMPS:
    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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    SUMMARY:
    - 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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  • 10 Reasons the Megalodon Shark May Still Exist!

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    10 Reasons the Megalodon Shark May Still Exist!
    I don’t know why, but many people that the megalodon still exists. Meybe it’s because of evidence like
    these, especially number one which to me is the number one arguement regarding the existence of
    these sea monsters. Here are 10 reasons why the megalodon may still exist.

    Number 10. Unexplored Waters
    The earth’s surface is primarily made up of water, more than 70 percent of it in fact. And do you know
    how much of it remains unexplored? 80 percent. Imagine, we’ve been on this earth for thousands of
    years yet we are only fully able to map, observe, and explore 20 percent of the world’s oceans.
    The reason is mostly because accessibility. All of these unexplored regions of the world’s oceans are
    basically inaccessible to us. Funding, technology, or the lack thereof, and someone willing to dedicate
    their lives exploring the unknown are all reasons for this inaccessibility.
    So, logic only dictates that we shouldn’t declare something like the megalodon as extinct if we really
    haven’t explored every location where it could be hiding. We do know, according to scientific research,
    that megs prefer warm, coastal water, but who could say that they haven’t evolved to take advantage of
    less competition in other habitats? It has long been speculated that megs died out because they couldn’t
    compete with the smaller and faster great white sharks, maybe they just upped and moved to
    somewhere else? As long as such a large expanse of ocean remains unexplored, megalodon believers
    will not believe their favorite shark to be extinct.

    Number 9. Hiding in the Mariana Trench
    As we have previously established, much of the world’s oceans remain unexplored. The perfect example
    of that is the Mariana Trench, the undisputed deepest part of the ocean. So deep, in fact, that you could
    easily fit Mt. Everest in it, with a few more thousand feet to spare.
    Once thought a barren wasteland, scientists have discovered in the past few years that the place is
    actually teeming with life. Both predators and prey alike thrive in its dark waters, from tiny fish, sea
    cucumbers, giant amoeba, to monstrous creatures like the giant squid and the colossal squid.
    Some whales are known to venture into its depths to hunt for these humongous squid, who’s to say that
    the megalodon didn’t? For all we know, they might have found that it’s easier to eke out a living down
    there and stayed permanently? Again, until a full exploration of the Mariana trench hasn’t been done,
    that distinct possibility still exists.

    Number 8. Google Map Sightings
    Google Maps has been a boon to cryptozoologists and monster hunters everywhere, particularly to
    those who believe that the megalodon still exists. Who could blame them when Google Map images like
    these exist.


    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.
    People have said that this image was actually of a whale shark, another extremely large animal that
    frequents the waters off the coasts of the Bahamas, but there is something off about its shape to
    definitely conclude that it’s a whale shark.
    Of course, there are others who will always say that the photo is doctored and the unaltered photo can
    be found somewhere. I’m not saying that explanation is impossible, especially with the internet being
    littered with these faked photos, but something in this animal’s eerie silhouette really makes me believe
    that the mighty meg still swims in our oceans.

    Number 7. Megalodon Teeth
    Have you ever wondered why every beach side souvenir shops sell one of those necklaces with a shark’s
    tooth as a pendant? Neither have I, as I find those too tacky for my taste. But then again, there’s a
    reason why there are a lot of those being sold, and that’s not because of some covert black market on
    shark dentistry.
    As it turns out, sharks will always have a fresh set of chompers. Their worn out teeth gets completely
    replaced with new ones every couple of weeks or so. That’ the reason why the sea floor is littered with
    them. The megalodon does the same thing.
    Now, there have been a lot of controversy involved with found megalodon teeth. Some of them have
    been dated to roughly around 10,000 years ago, specifically the ones recovered by the HMS Challenger,

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    Who would win in an epic battle between Superman and The Hulk? Who would win in a tense brawl between my dad and yours? There are some ICONIC battles that will, sadly, never happen in real life, but we can have fun theorizing about. And one of those has to be: The King of the Sharks VS the King of the… giant…underwater… lizard… things.
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  • 10 Megalodons Caught On Camera: Real or Fake?

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    Recently, a series of videos about a great marine predator have come to light. The footage is intended to prove the existence of a giant shark believed to have been extinct for millions of years.

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  • What If the Neanderthals Had Not Gone Extinct?

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    Neanderthal DNA is 99.7% identical to our own, and researchers claim that some humans might be carrying as much as 2% of the Neanderthal genome. Making things even weirder is that scientists recently recovered a nearly complete DNA sequence from a 50,000-year-old Neanderthal skeleton.

    So in theory, Neanderthals could make a comeback. But how would they adapt? And how long would they survive?

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  • What If Mammoths Never Went Extinct?

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    Well, what about a baby woolly mammoth? A team of Russian scientists is working hard to resurrect this quintessential Ice Age behemoth. But what if they never disappeared in the first place, and still roamed the Arctic regions on Earth? What would they eat? Would we hunt them for their tusks? How would they have adapted?

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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.
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    meters.
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    Does Megalodon still exist? For over 10 million years, this toothy huge creature ruled the world’s waters. Just imagine, the largest Megalodon tooth ever found is almost 3 times larger than the teeth you’ll find in the great white sharks of today!

    Theories out there argue that these bad boys of the ocean are still around. But there’s no doubt they’re long gone and extinct. Despite blockbuster hit movies like 2018’s The Meg and conspiracy theories running rampant on the Internet, these prehistoric sea beasts no longer exist. Still don’t believe it? Just get ready for a big dose of scientific evidence!

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    SUMMARY:
    - About 2.6 million years ago marked the beginning of the era known as the Pleistocene. At the beginning of this era, temperatures began to cool and glaciers started to form all over.
    - While there’s no doubt that the Megalodon definitely went extinct, it probably wasn’t because they couldn’t keep up with whales in the cooler temperatures.
    - Though the Megalodon were ferocious and scary, there were actually other flesh-hungry predators sharing the ocean that liked to eat a lot of the same things that these giant sharks did.
    - One of the Megalodon’s biggest competitors in the deep blue during the mid-Miocene era was the now extinct genus of sperm whale known as the Livyatan Melvillei.
    - By the end of the Miocene, the Carcharodon Hubbelli wasn’t afraid to go head-to-head with the mighty Megalodon when it came to hunting for prey.
    - As time moved forward into the Pliocene era, whales were starting to disappear. While there were about 60 different whale species in the previous Miocene age, only 40 remained by the time of the Pliocene.
    - At this time, the Megalodon had to put their game faces on and fight even harder against the great white sharks who were smaller and faster.
    - Today’s marine life would be a little different if the Megalodon was still around. For one thing, we may not have the massive whale species we’ve come to know, like the Blue Whale.
    - While today’s great white sharks aren’t even close to being as big as the Megalodon, they seem to be following in its fin-steps. The great white grows about 3 feet larger than its ancestors that swam alongside the Megalodon during the Pliocene.

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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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    The #megalodon was an amazing, powerful animal, and is an incredible part of our planet’s history—but that’s all it is now, history. New finds mean that we’re still making discoveries about how it lived, its life cycle and evolution. It died out because environmental changes and competition meant it couldn’t catch enough food to sustain itself, and with the state of our oceans today there’s little evidence to believe it’d fare any better now. Rather than fantasizing and investing time into the megalodon as a myth, we should listen to the plight of other creatures that now swim in its place, and help protect them before it’s too late. #Demystified

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    Thirdly, with no sharks around to eat those fishes which eat algae-eating fishes, there will be a drastic decrease in algae-eating fishes. This will lead to an exponential increase in the amount of algae. This algae will cover the coral reefs, not allowing it to photosynthesize. This loss of habitat will lead to mass extinction.
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    When it comes to the Megalodon, it's important to note just how big and imposing it was. This was the biggest shark to ever exist, in all of history! Bones and fossils of the creature show that on average it was around 60-70 feet long, though some scientists think it could’ve been up to 90 feet!! But its length is literally only half of the equation. The other half is its weight, it was estimated to weigh around 60 tons. That's a 120,000 pound shark!

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    One of the most dangerous things that can happen to an area is the arrival of an invasive species that drastically changes the ecosystem. Ecosystems are communities of interconnected things that are dependant on the delicate balance between humans, animals, and plants, and if something in the balance changes, the ecosystem suffers.

    6. Fear of the Water
    When it comes right down to it, one of the main reasons people fear the oceans of the world is because of sharks. Between real-life accounts and movies like Jaws, 37 Fathoms, and even The Meg, there's a cultural fear of sharks. Even though there are only specific sharks that are naturally aggressive to people, even the legendary Great White Shark isn't as much of a human attacker as you might think. But if the Megalodon were still around? Everyone would be afraid of the water!

    5. Humans Vs. Megalodons
    It's very true that all of this is speculation. I obviously don't know what would have happened if the Megalodon hadn’t died 2.6 million years ago. That being said, asking these questions makes us look deeper into what the Megalodon was. So, that brings up arguably the most important question of all...what would the Megalodon do if it ran into humans?

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    3. Advances in Technology
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    Сould Megalodon sharks still be alive in the deepest parts of the ocean? Science tells us that Megalodon sharks are extinct. Given that it was a massive shark with noticeable feeding habits, we guess that if Megalodon sharks were still roaming the oceans, they would probably have been spotted by someone by now. But perhaps not if they lived in the deepest place on Earth: the Mariana Trench.

    - The Megalodon shark roamed the oceans as early as 23 million years ago, and we have their fossils to prove their existence. When people first encountered Megalodon teeth, they believed them to be rocks that had made their way to Earth from the moon.
    - Megalodon was the biggest shark to terrorize the ocean, and it is thought to have gone extinct 2.6 million years ago. The name Megalodon means “big tooth.” Most of the recovered Megalodon fossil teeth have been 4” to 5”. But there are a few enormous teeth that are over 7”.
    - The Mariana Trench is 6.83 miles deep and measures more than 1,500 miles long and 43 miles wide. To put the depth into perspective, if you were to put Mount Everest into the Mariana Trench, the top would still be sticking out. To put the length into perspective, in 1,500 miles you could fit all the states between Florida and Massachusetts. 1,500 miles is also the distance between Madrid, in Spain, and Copenhagen, in Denmark.
    - To survive in the Mariana Trench, Megalodon would have had to adapt to the living conditions and evolve. It would also have to switch its diet from whales, dolphins, sea lions, and sea cows to whatever organisms reside in the Mariana Trench and hope that it could find and eat its usual 2,500 lb of food per day.
    - According to the United Nations, there are 7.6 billion people in the world today, and only 3 of them have made it to the deepest point on Earth. The reality is that with so little research, it is impossible to know what lies in the depths of the Mariana Trench.

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  • Cool Science - Megalodon Shark

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    Megalodon sharks were enormous. With a length of up to 16m and teeth up to 18cm long, megalodon was the largest predator ever on Earth. These sharks appeared in the fossil record for the first time around 16 million years ago and became extinct around 1.5 million years ago. They are not alive today. There it is. That's the science. Extinct. End of story.

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    prehistoric powerhouse employed a unique strategy to feast on its prey.

  • New Megalodon Movie Makes People Question if the Massive Shark Still Exists

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    When it comes to getting up close and personal with large sharks, Police Chief Brody from “Jaws” said it best.

    “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.”

    But a great white is child’s play compared to another giant that’s caught the imagination of Hollywood and terrified swimmers alike.

    “It’s megalodon.”
    “He’s kidding, right?”

    The new movie has folks asking if megalodons could still exist.

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    No, the megalodon does not still exist, according to leading scientists Inside Edition spoke with.

    Natural History Museum experts in the UK say the same thing.

    Scientists debate the size of the prehistoric shark, but it’s believed to have been anywhere between 40 and 70 feet, nearly four times as big as a great white, according to Newsweek.

    Forbes reports they died out at least 2.6 million years ago.

    We’ve also only ever found the teeth of megalodons, no living creature.

    Plus, sharks shed their teeth often, and we’d have seen teeth washed up on shore or left in their prey.

    Critics are quick to say over 80% of the ocean is still unexplored, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

    But IFL Science reports they hunted near the surface, and based on what scientists know, they couldn’t live in deep seas.

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    Is this a satellite photograph of Megalodon? Is Megalodon still alive? | For more Shark Week, visit

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  • Has Evidence Been There All Along... Megalodon Sharks Do Exist?

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    Has there been evidence that Megalodon still exist today? I give you three reasons why they could.

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