Megalodon sharks lived about 1.5 to 28 million years ago in the Cenozoic Era. People think that the Megalodon is still out there and many think it's still extinct. Out in the ocean it's 2% searched. They saw if Megalodons still exist they live really deep
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Fossilized Tooth of a shark Carcharodon Megalodon, originating from the Atacama desert, Chile, and dating from the Miocene. Dimensions: 18 cm diagonal and 13 cm base. photo: Geology Wonders
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(Artist Unknown) ~Megacaetasaur~ The Megacaetasaur is an immense relative of the Caeton and the Urt shark. They were the descendants of the megalodon who were eventually classified as oddkinde for their immense size. They have ravenous appetites and roam the surface of the deep ocean, eating anything they encounter. They rarely go too deep, as they fear their natural predator, the Asheans.
Pictures of the Megalodon, the Giant Prehistoric Shark
megalodon shark pictures | Megalodon Picture
Leedsichthys, along with a number of other animals we have talked about in our "Top Ten: Extinct Sea Monsters:" Basilosaurus, Elasmosaurus, Dunkleosteus, Archelon, Megalodon, Tanystropheus, and, of course, Leedsichthys. Hesperornis is also on there, as well.
Thresher Shark. Wouldn't wanna take this, but a dang cool shot.