Where do Megalodons exist?
The species was so widely spread that megalodon teeth have been found on every continent except Antarctica. ‘We can find lots of their teeth off the east coast of North America, along the coasts and at the bottom of saltwater creeks and rivers of North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida,’ explains Emma.
Do Megalodons live now?
Megalodon is NOT alive today, it went extinct around 3.5 million years ago. Go to the Megalodon Shark Page to learn the real facts about the largest shark to ever live, including the actual research about it’s extinction.
Do real Megalodons really exist?
Yes! Megalodon really did exist. One reason we know this is because of fossil teeth and vertebrae left behind. Because shark skeletons consist mostly of cartilage rather than bone, these are the only parts that fossilize. No living or dead specimen has ever been recovered. There are no “official” sightings on record.
What did Megalodon really look like?
Tooth-shape similarities between megalodon and modern great white sharks ( Carcharodon carcharias) suggest that the two species may have been close relatives, and thus megalodon likely resembled that species in appearance—that is, as a bulky torpedo-shaped fish with a conical snout, large pectoral and dorsal fins, and a strong crescent-shaped tail.
Is megalodon fake or real?
The question isn’t necessarily whether Megalodon is real or fake, but whether the ancient shark still exists. Mermaid fans were in an uproar when Animal Planet aired “Mermaids: The Body Found” and “Mermaids: The New Evidence,” since the mockumentary, or fake documentary, was presented as real.
What if Megalodon met the biggest snake ever?
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…