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Megalodon Alex - Google+  cute! :) gogira-like

Megalodon Alex - Google+ cute! :) gogira-like

Leedsichthys, along with a number of other animals we have talked about in our "Top Ten: Extinct Sea Monsters:" Basilosaurus, Elasmosaurus, Dunkleosteus, Archelon, Megalodon, Tanystropheus, and, of course, Leedsichthys. Hesperornis is also on there, as well.

Leedsichthys, along with a number of other animals we have talked about in our "Top Ten: Extinct Sea Monsters:" Basilosaurus, Elasmosaurus, Dunkleosteus, Archelon, Megalodon, Tanystropheus, and, of course, Leedsichthys. Hesperornis is also on there, as well.

Megalodon Shark Largest Predator Ever - Jurasic Infographic #prehistoric More

Megalodon Shark: The Largest Predator That Ever Lived [Infographic]

Megalodon Shark Largest Predator Ever - Jurasic Infographic #prehistoric More

Megalodon | Sharkopedia

Megalodon | Sharkopedia

Megalodon sharks lived about 1.5 to 28 million years ago in the Cenozoic Era. People think that the Megalodon is still out there and many think it's still extinct. Out in the ocean it's 2% searched. They saw if Megalodons still exist they live really deep

Megalodon sharks lived about 1.5 to 28 million years ago in the Cenozoic Era. People think that the Megalodon is still out there and many think it's still extinct. Out in the ocean it's 2% searched. They saw if Megalodons still exist they live really deep

10 Colossal Facts About Megalodon Sharks That Will Leave You Stunned!

10 Colossal Facts About Megalodon Sharks That Will Leave You Stunned!

Megalodon grew up to 50 feet long.  Why you’re glad they’re extinct: Their teeth were the size of an average human hand. *shudder* Despite t...

12 Animals You're Glad Are Extinct

Megalodon grew up to 50 feet long. Why you’re glad they’re extinct: Their teeth were the size of an average human hand. *shudder* Despite t...

Top 10 Terrifying Prehistoric Sea Monsters - Dunkleosteus

Top 10 Terrifying Prehistoric Sea Monsters

Top 10 Terrifying Prehistoric Sea Monsters - Dunkleosteus

The Miocene epoch (23.03 to 5.332 million years ago) boasted a real life sea monster, Carcharocles megalodon. Whereas the giant shark mainly inhabited the open ocean, this image depicts a hypothetical encounter with a swimming Platybelodon, a prehistoric mammal related to the elephant. The bones of these elephantids sometimes show evidence of attack by sharks.

The Miocene epoch (23.03 to 5.332 million years ago) boasted a real life sea monster, Carcharocles megalodon. Whereas the giant shark mainly inhabited the open ocean, this image depicts a hypothetical encounter with a swimming Platybelodon, a prehistoric mammal related to the elephant. The bones of these elephantids sometimes show evidence of attack by sharks.

megalodon shark pictures | Megalodon Picture

Pictures of the Megalodon, the Giant Prehistoric Shark

megalodon shark pictures | Megalodon Picture

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