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10 Killer Megalodon Facts

10 Killer Megalodon Facts

Fact #1. The Megalodon Shark Was The Largest Predator That Ever Lived. Reaching lengths of up to 60 feet and an estimated maximum weight of over 60 tons, the Megalodon is the largest known predator in Earth’s history. The modern Sperm Whale is longer, but probably not as heavy as the Megalodon. To compare this size, the largest modern Great White sharks max out around 23 feet and 3 ½...

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Is The Megalodon Real?

Yes, the Megalodon was a real shark, but no it is not still alive. It went extinct approximately 2.6 million years ago. In the aftermath of the Discovery Channel’s fake Megalodon documentaries people have questioned not only whether the Megalodon is alive but also whether totally made up it’s existence. After all, a 60 foot whale-eating shark with seven inch teeth does sound like something out of a bad horror...

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What Did The Megalodon Shark Eat?

Whatever it wanted...

As the joke would go, it was a 60 foot shark, it could eat whatever it wanted. But, what does the fossil record show that the Megalodon really ate? Fossil evidence shows that the Megalodon primarily fed on large marine mammals including whales, dolphins, sea lions, dugongs (sea cows), as well as sea turtles and large fish. Younger Megalodon sharks probably concentrated on smaller prey, while a 60 foot adult...

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Killer Megalodon Infographic Posters

Megalodon Shark Infographic Poster

Check out these awe inspiring and scientifically accurate Megalodon infographic posters now available for sale at FossilEra.com  They are running a pre-order sale on them.  They are 24×36 inches and printed on high quality, HP Photo Paper.  Prices are $25 for the glossy version and $19 for the matte version. Check Them Out

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Release Date Announced For Big Budget Megalodon Thriller Starring Jason Statham

Jason Statham vs. Megalodon in Meg
Jason Statham vs. Megalodon in Meg

After languishing in studio limbo for nearly two decades, the big budget, Megalodon flick “Meg” finally has a lead actor (Jason Statham), sexy sidekick (Fan Bingbing) and a release date (March 2nd, 2018)! Yes, you heard that right – Jason Statham vs. a giant 60 foot Megalodon, and the power of the blockbuster Warner Brothers studio budget is behind it. This is no Sharknado – you can expect the new...

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Now You Can Be A Badass Predator – Fossil Megalodon Tooth Necklaces

You too can wear a real fossil tooth of the most badass predator in Earth's history.

What is more badass than wearing a real fossil tooth of the Megalodon, the most terrifying predator ever to inhabit Earth’s oceans around your neck? A full-grown, adult Megalodon shark could reach incredible sizes of up to 60 feet long. Just imagine a metro bus with six inch teeth! Juveniles though had much smaller teeth, often only about two inches in length. Megalodon sharks replaced their teeth frequently during their...

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Fossil Megalodon Teeth vs. Fossil Great White Teeth

Left: Juvenile Megalodon tooth. Right: Fossil Great White shark tooth.

To an amateur fossil collector, seeing a juvenile Megalodon tooth for the first time can be a surprise. Most of the time, these juvenile Megalodon teeth are often labeled as fossil great white shark teeth, but if you look closely, there are a few distinct differences between the two. Let’s start off with the overall root shape. On the left, is the juvenile Megalodon, and on the right is the...

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