Megalodon Jaw
Sep07

Megalodon Jaw

The pre historic Megalodon shark died about 1.5 million years ago because of environmental changes. The shark was considered as real king and champion of the ocean. Weigh of Megalodon shark was about 100 tons. As Megalodon Shark was made up of Cartilage instead of bones so it created difficulty for researchers to know about the Shark. Teeth fossils can be found because they’re hard enough to reserve through geologic time and...

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Megalodon Sightings
Jul07

Megalodon Sightings

Megalodon sightings over the years have  led to the discovery of a legend of  prehistoric shark that is still patrolling across the vastness of oceans . Megalodon was a mighty shark but modern science claims it went extinct long ago . It was the dangerous predator that world had ever seen . It might be fascinating and horrifying at the same time that Megalodon is still alive and wandering about in the vast oceans around the world ....

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Funniest shark attack ever video

This is funniest shark attack video you might have ever watched, a shark just bites off researchers...

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One of disturbing and creepy video footage of goblin shark

Here is one of disturbing and creepy of goblin shark which mostly swim deep sea about 200 meters deep where there is no sunlight...

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How megalodon the biggest shark got extinct
Oct24

How megalodon the biggest shark got extinct

There are many theories explaining how megalodon one of the biggest predator shark got extinct. Most scientists still believe that these sharks got extinct about 1.5 million years ago, but it is quite amazing how these enormous creatures got extinct, they were so huge and powerful that they could even hunt down a whale quite big then their size. megalodon shark the biggest shark ever!!  GLobal ocean cooling: Some times scientists...

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megalodon shark history
Oct14

megalodon shark history

Megalodon shark are though that they got extinct about 1.5 million years ago no one knows how exactly did that happened, one of the most biggest, powerful and apex predator just vanished and became history. SO how did we learned about this giant shark, it was first identified by it’s teeth by a danish naturalist in 1667, while most of the people though a triangular shaped engraved fossil to be a tongue of dinosaurs or related...

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