Its on topic. It was a simple single reply to a post minutes before dubs
employees are good and some not so but again theyre buinesses first so trusting everything they say is questionable.
Megalodon didn't earn its name "giant tooth"for nothing. The teeth of this prehistoric shark were over half a foot long, serrated, and heart-shaped (by comparison, the biggest teeth of a Great White Shark are only about three inches long). You have to go back 65 million years--to none other thanTyrannosaurus Rex--to find a creature with consistently bigger choppers, though the canines of some*saber-toothed cats*also measured up.