How Big is a Tiger Shark
Oct27

How Big is a Tiger Shark

Everyone wants to know why this hark is names as tiger shark. Tiger sharks have dusky, perpendicular stripes at early stages of life. These stripes begin to weaken and almost vanish when shark gets mature. These sharks are after the white sharks having high record of attacking human beings. They have different feeding habits and have bright sense of smell and sight. Sharp serrated teeth and powerful jaws help them to attack their...

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Scary Shark Pictures
Oct27

Scary Shark Pictures

Our oceans are filled with more than 465 species of sharks, the largest marine predators. The skeleton of the shark is made up of cartilage that is lighter and stretchy than bones. Like fishes sharks breathe through gills present on the both side of their bodies. The teeth of the sharks are very sharp and they replace their teeth throughout their live. Mostly sharks feed on marine animals like crustaceans, mollusks, plankton, krill,...

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Megalodon Videos

Conflicting to widespread acceptance, Megaladon is not closely related to white shark. In 1834 megalodon was first described on the basis of their fossils, they were grouped in same genus as the white shark i.e. Carcharodon . Both sharks had big and saw-like teeth and were giant killer of their time. But with time the knowledge about sharks and fossils has grown and it leads to some important amendments in the old record. A new genus...

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Megalodon Tooth
Oct14

Megalodon Tooth

The Big Tooth shark (Megaladon) was probably the most terrifying predator of the ocean in the history of the earth. Megalodon was about 50-55 feet in length. This giant creature disappeared from the earth about 15.9 to 2.6 million years ago. There are companies who sell original Megalodon Tooth of various sizes. How Megalodon tooth are priced is an important factor to know. All fossils are unique and are highly priced; along with this...

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Mosasaurus
Sep22

Mosasaurus

Mosasaurus was an aquatic carnivore lived about 70-66 million years ago. Mosasaurus were known as the ruler of Cretaceous seas. It’s a sea lizard not the dinosaurs. Fitted in long and pointed jaws, Mosasaurus has sharp and tapering 40-50 teeth. The jaw has a stretchy skull just like snakes which enables to swallow down their whole prey. Unlike predators that eat their pray by biting, they swallowed their whole prey once it was...

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Lemon Shark
Sep22

Lemon Shark

Lemon shark is known because of the yellow color at its back. The superficial waters of the oceans cover this shark because of his color. For the first time it was described in 1868 and called Hypoprion brevirostris but later on it was changed to Negaprion. It belongs to family Carcharhinidae, order Carcharhiniformes and genus Negaprion. Lemon shark is big, healthy and vigorous. The nozzle is shorter than its mouth width. It’s about...

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