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Old 08-06-2013, 10:31 PM   #141
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It's about shark attack survivors. Def not Hollywood crap. This surfer guy got bit by 2 great whites at the sand time. After a short time, he was surfing and got attacked again!
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Old 08-07-2013, 03:55 AM   #142
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I think it's possible for the megolodon to still be alive. I didn't read all the posts but megolodon was a pelagic fish so it could be living in the open ocean or in deep parts of the ocean. I could be wrong but I think a while back, teeth from megolodon washed up and appeared fresh. If megolodon isn't alive, could there be a larger sub species of the great white shark?
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Old 08-07-2013, 04:09 AM   #143
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I think it's possible for the megolodon to still be alive. I didn't read all the posts but megolodon was a pelagic fish so it could be living in the open ocean or in deep parts of the ocean. I could be wrong but I think a while back, teeth from megolodon washed up and appeared fresh. If megolodon isn't alive, could there be a larger sub species of the great white shark?
It's possible, but discovery is more interested in making their own version then actually providing REAL evidence from REAL sources. They are all about their viewers, as long as their IQ only allows them to turn on the television.
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Old 08-07-2013, 04:18 AM   #144
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I think it's possible for the megolodon to still be alive. I didn't read all the posts but megolodon was a pelagic fish so it could be living in the open ocean or in deep parts of the ocean. I could be wrong but I think a while back, teeth from megolodon washed up and appeared fresh. If megolodon isn't alive, could there be a larger sub species of the great white shark?
You know these teeth would be the size of a small car right? That thing is huge
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Old 08-07-2013, 04:26 AM   #145
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You know these teeth would be the size of a small car right? That thing is huge
this is the size comparison to great white teeth
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this is the size comparison to great white teeth
I dont believe thats right! Megladon was huge. Those were newborn teeth!!!
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