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Posted 07 January 2007 - 01:18 AM
How do you guys know? There is no visible parts to justify what shark species it is. I highly doudt its a megladon, but i think you guys are jumping to conclusions just by seeing the side of it.
Did you watch the whole video? We also saw the head and mouth.
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Posted 07 January 2007 - 03:22 AM
It is a (Sleeper Shark) This has been said over and over on other threads i have seen.
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have some of you ever seen a whale shark or basking shark? they are filter feeders...i think but i know that nither of those sharks eat like that May be a sleeper shark or even one of those 6 gilled shark types.
The whole point of this is that the Sleeper is a huge predatory shark even if more related to the Dogfish Sharks than to the Great White/Meg. If some of the accounts of huge examples are true, then a gigantic predatory shark still lives in the ocean even if it isn't a "Meg". A sixty foot "dogfish" would still a sixty foot predatory shark, even if Megaladon sounds more impressive. Perhaps the biggest predatory shark ever, is still among us, and is a Sleeper and not a Meg.
Is is a miconception to believe the "biggest" anything has to be "prehistoric". The biggest animal ever is the Blue Whale. The biggest "toothed" carnivore is also alive today, the Sperm Whale, and perhaps the biggest non-plankton eating shark ever, is not an extinct meg, but a very rare, enormous Sleeper. If some of the reports are true, it may take over the Sperm Whale as the largest "toothed" predator.
Edited by draconic chronicler, 14 January 2007 - 03:23 PM.