10 Reasons the Megalodon Shark May Still Exist


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  1. Who says that the Megs prefer warmer waters????????
    The Megs have a higher core temp than the Great White. The Megs
    go A LOT deeper where the water is colder.
    WTF don't listen to what scientists believe…Most scientists can't express personal opinions
    even though research backed as they won't get funding if they are out of the " normal" way of thinking.

  2. Coalcath lived in deep ocean and the fossil record didnt record their extinction they just disapeared along with many others because most sediment cant mineralize organic material about only 5% of species have fossilised

  3. Like i said before they are surface swimmers so we would have seen them face it dude u dont know shit i make claims that arent fact and u dont check snopes cause 70%of those were debunked years ago

  4. Your right marine biologist beleive they still exist just ignore all the paleontologists opinions yknow the people who study fossils and past ecisting animals

  5. The third video was a great white. I want megalodon to still be around as much as u guys do but as a paleontologist who mainly studies aquatic environments i can tell u megalodon cant exist if it did wed see them everywhere because they swam at the top of the water and prefered it because of the warmth. I also want to add that megalodons extinction is the only reason y whales r extinct today and why the great white is getting larger fitting the ecological niche of megatooth shark

  6. Alright, time to read this vid too pieces.
    1st: That's a whale shark. Sizes are often exaggerated looking in photos.
    2nd: Just a whale
    3rd: Either a hoax or an oversized great white.
    4th: Megalodon couldn't go that deep. It hadn't evolved for it.
    5th: You said it yourself: It's a great white. Also, Megalodon is NOT a great white ancestor! It's an otodont!
    6th, 7th, and 8th: Just hoaxes
    9th: Again, you said it yourself: The method used to date the teeth is unreliable.
    10th: What evidence do you have? Megalodon would have a far larger effect on the ecosystem then a megatooth, giant squid, coelocanth.

  7. 3:11 look like sleeper shark or i dunno wht the named is, lived in deep sea near alaskan, the colour almost dark, with black eyes, i'v seen on roboson green in extreme fishing, he's catched one

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