Giant shark found on beach was attacked by mega shark, or megalodon. Megalodon still alive?
Giant Shark VS Mega Shark Or Megalodon? Hoax Or not
This massive shark was found bit in half off of the florida coast, what monster could have eaten this?
Welcome back my hoax factor friends its Cary Darling and I'm sitting here looking at this image of a half eaten shark on the beach and thinking to myself
Holy crap! I'm glad summer is over.
Why? Because my mom took me to see the movie Jaws when I was a kid and that pretty much scarred me for life. I became so afraid of water, that I even worried that I could get eaten by a shark just sitting on the toiler.
Hey mom just wanna say thank you for the years of terror.
So back to this image that is getting shared on social media like mono.
Claims associated with the image were that a giant or enormous dead shark was pulled out of the water in Daytona Beach Florida...and something ate that bitch like it was a bite sized snickers.
Internet scientists from all over Twitter, Facebook, instagram and the labs of snapchat hypothesized that it could have been eaten by a super predator like a mega shark, or the legendary megalodon.
So what happened to this massive beast?
The largest living shark is a whale shark and can grow up to 32.5 feet long, but it is a filter feeding shark and its diet consists plankton, krill, fish eggs and small squid or fish so we can rule this out.
The next largest living shark is the basking shark which grows between 22 and 29 feet long. But the basking shark too is a filter feeding shark that feeds off of primarily plankton.
And then there's the great white shark, an apex predator that can grow up to 20 feet in length and weigh over 4,300 lbs.
Recently there have been sightings of massive great white sharks that might even exceed those lengths.
This is aerial shots of a great white shark off of a south Australian beach that was estimated to being between 6 and 7 meters long 23 feet.
Could it have been a giant great white shark that bit this one in half?
Ancient Astronaut Theory says yes...
Oh wait, that's another show. Ancient Astronaut Theory is that crap these idiots spouts off in an attempt at giving credit to conjecture.
But yes, real scientists say sharks can attack other sharks.
In 2014 the Smithsonian Channel aired a documentary titled Hunt For The Super Predator, where filmmaker dave riggs investigated the incident of a 9 foot shark that was being tracked, had been eaten by something much larger.
Whatever at the shark its internal body temperature was measured by the shark's tag.
“The internal temperature of the animal that ate the shark is a weird one. It appears to be too low for a killer whale and too high for another shark, unless it was massive.
The theory is that it was done by a massive deep sea shark.
Could that shark be the legendary megalodon?
Megalodon is considered to be one of the largest and most powerful predators in vertebrate history.
It most likely looked like a roided out great white shark but reached lengths of almost 60 feet long.
But the megalodon died out over 2.6 million years ago so most likely not.
but who knows what lurks beneath the oceans, maybe there still is some megalodon monster still lurking out there in the deepest part of the ocean.
So what happened to this critter here?
That answer coming right up, but first don't forget to check out my new blog channel where I make an even bigger fool of myself for you guys.
This little guy, and yes I said little guy was a black tip shark and measured about 2.5 feet long.
The carcass was about 30 inches long and according to Tara dodson, environmental supervisor for St. John's county, “It's most likely it was bitten in half by another shark.”
Once again, what we have here is forced perspective, which turns an itty bitty shark into a giant massive monster shark.
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