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Megalodon Shark Largest Predator Ever - Jurasic Infographic #prehistoric More

Megalodon Shark: The Largest Predator That Ever Lived [Infographic]

Megalodon Shark Largest Predator Ever - Jurasic Infographic #prehistoric More

Megalodon Sharks: The Nightmare Of The Ocean

Megalodon Sharks: The Nightmare Of The Ocean

Funny pictures about Megalodon Sharks: The Ocean Nightmare. Oh, and cool pics about Megalodon Sharks: The Ocean Nightmare. Also, Megalodon Sharks: The Ocean Nightmare photos.

I actually knew it was a megaladon. <<the more you know

Damn, Dreamworks, you scary!

Discovery Channel's Megalodon & Prehistoric Sharks | IndieBound. Reading Literature Strands 3-7: RL.3.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9 ; RL.4.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10 ; RL.5.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10 ; RL.6.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10; RL.7.1,2,3,4,6,7

Discovery Channel's Megalodon & Prehistoric Sharks (Zenescope Entertainment) Enjoy this graphic novel's unique blast from the past as the ancestors of today's.

In honor of shark week 2014 - Comparative sizes of sharks in pop culture. :)

How Do the Biggest Sharks in Pop Culture Stack Up?

How Do the Most Popular Sharks in Pop Culture Stack Up? by Mashable via slideshare

10 Colossal Facts About Megalodon Sharks That Will Leave You Stunned!

10 Colossal Facts About Megalodon Sharks That Will Leave You Stunned!- Oh my gosh

The modern ocean is a scary place, filled with barracuda, sharks, super-squids, and possibly Cthulhu. However, no matter what we find in the depths these d

Top 10 Terrifying Prehistoric Sea Monsters

Humans Are Weird/Space Australia Oceans

Humans Are Weird/Space Australia Oceans<<< also humans' weird obsession with sharks and the afore mentioned megalodon

megalodon shark pictures | Megalodon Picture

Pictures of the Megalodon, the Giant Prehistoric Shark

Art illustration - Aquatic animals - Megalodon: was a monster prehistoric shark whose name means "big tooth", derived from the Greek words and is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately between and million years ago, during the Cenozoic.

Something touched me

So true. Whenever I'm swimming in a lake and seaweed touches my feet it's like "omg it's a shark! There's no sharks. Oh well.