The megalodon is a extinct species of shark that lived around 28 to 1.5 million years ago. Marine biologists estimate that it was 50 to 65 feet long (16 to 20 meters) and weighed nearly 115 tons (105 metric tons).
Megalodon (/ˈmɛɡələˌdɒn, -loʊ-/ MEG-ə-lə-don or /ˈmeɪɡələˌdɒn, -loʊ-/
MAY-ghə-lə-don, meaning "...
Megalodon was a monster prehistoric shark that grew over 60 feet in length and
fed on whales. Thank goodness it's extinct... or is it?
The Megalodon Shark is one of the most debated sharks in history. Is it alive?
Was it EVER alive? How big were they, exactly? Learn that and more here.
The giant prehistoric shark Megalodon
is one of the few animals to be identified by its species, rather than its genus, name: technically, this predator is known as Carcharodon megalodon
, which places it in the same family as the modern Great White Shark. (Read 10 Fact... More »
Oct 20, 2015 ... The largest shark to have ever lived, the megalodon was possibly the greatest
apex predator. Despite becoming extinct over 2.6 million years ...
Megalodons will stay in the deeper waters unless attacking prey, but even then
they rarely enter shallow areas. They are aggressive and can swim faster than ...
Aug 7, 2013 ... A "dramatized" documentary about megalodon has inspired public fear and
annoyance. Here are the facts about the prehistoric shark.
Does the megalodon still exist? Explore the evidence and decide for yourself!
Megalodon Shark Facts and Information, Evolution, History, Size, Teeth,
Comparisons, and fossil Collecting Locations.