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Megalodon Shark – What If This Largest Species Of Shark Still Existed? | Bookosmia

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Saiaansh Dey
Heard of Megalodon? 6.5 year old Saiaansh Dey, a Bookosmian from Vadodara is quite a science buff who wonders what would have happened if this great shark species hadn’t gone extinct!
He goes to Billabong High International School.

Megalodon Shark – What If This Largest Species Of Shark Still Existed? | Bookosmia

Megalodon shark - What if this largest species of shark still existed?

 

Megalodon meaning ‘big tooth’ was a giant shark that lived 23 million years ago. It’s size was about 18 meters long. The length of its mouth was 2.7 meters and its jaw was also 2.7 meters wide. It had 267 teeth.

 

This shark got extinct about 2.6 million years ago.

But if it weren’t dead then it would have ruled the oceans like no other.

Some people say that Megalodon is dead and some say it is still alive and swims in the deepest part of the oceans. I am hoping it still exists. What a magnificent sight it would be!

 

Megalodon shark - What if this largest species of shark still existed?

 

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