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Old 04-21-2015, 11:17 PM   #11
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A little manatee told.me megladon and the lochness monster vacation in the keys together!

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Never trust a manatee, they're all pathological liars

This is scientific fact, really. I learned it in... uhh... biology of manatees, yeah, that's a real class
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Haha fiery!
That would be the Keyless monster. Nessy wouldnt go there.


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There was a program on animal planet a few months ago about megalodons. Apparently a couple unfossilized teeth have turned up, and a diver got some pics of a young shark among a group of great whites that had the notched fins characteristic of megalodons. They wouldn't have to be 80' specimens to reproduce, so why couldn't there still be some out there?
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I've also heard about stuff like this, there's probably a lot of evidence pointing towards the fact that it doesn't exist anymore, but it is possible. I watched a video where a deep sea collecting sub, not man controlled,was collecting samples and caught the fin of a huge animal on camera. Not sure how they calculated it, but it came out to a 60 foot shark. Here's the video:
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I've also heard about stuff like this, there's probably a lot of evidence pointing towards the fact that it doesn't exist anymore, but it is possible. I watched a video where a deep sea collecting sub, not man controlled,was collecting samples and caught the fin of a huge animal on camera. Not sure how they calculated it, but it came out to a 60 foot shark. Here's the video:
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Most of the megaladon "documentaries" are actually mockumentaries


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Old 04-22-2015, 09:14 AM   #18
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In all seriousness I don't think anyone can disprove the existence of anything in the ocean really. It's so vast, so much yet to be discovered.
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In all seriousness I don't think anyone can disprove the existence of anything in the ocean really. It's so vast, so much yet to be discovered.
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Well technically you can't "disprove" anything. There could be an invisible sasquatch living under my bed.

But I'm so confident that there are no megalodon left that If one is found I will eat one of my own fish!
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We both know invisible sasquatch require alot more territory to roam about than under your bed.


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