(Artist Unknown) ~Megacaetasaur~ The Megacaetasaur is an immense relative of the Caeton and the Urt shark. They were the descendants of the megalodon who were eventually classified as oddkinde for their immense size. They have ravenous appetites and roam the surface of the deep ocean, eating anything they encounter. They rarely go too deep, as they fear their natural predator, the Asheans.
Megalodon and Prehistoric Sharks (Discovery Channel) | IndieBound.org
Enjoy this graphic novel's unique blast from the past as the ancestors of today's shark are brought to life again. See what types of shark used to inhabit the prehistoric world of dinosaurs and just how they survived in such a dangerous place. Find out what types of prehistoric creatures they hunted, and which ones hunted them
School of Sharks (MarQ Spekt, LexBoogie,HPone) -The Drum
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Carcharodon Megalodon Shark
Carcharodon Megalodon The Megalodon Shark became extinct at the end of the Pliocene Era, 1.5 million years ago. Sharks will go through about 20 thousand teeth in its lifetime. This tooth is among the largest found and came from a 50 foot Megalodon that lived about 20 million years ago. By comparison, the largest Great […]
Sea Monsters: Megalodon
We think that modern sharks are scary, but they're nothing compared to megalodon. This mind-bogglingly large killer fish is 20 times the weight of a great white shark, has teeth the size of a man's hand and preys on full sized whales by biting their tails off. We should be relieved that this monster is now extinct.