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Megalodon teeth had built-in toothpaste
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 7-20-2015 | 9 comments
The largest shark to ever live was able to eat whatever it wanted without having to worry about cavities.




Sharks are attracted to death metal music
Category: Natural World | Posted on 7-13-2015 | 19 comments
The crew of a TV documentary about sharks used death metal to help them attract a huge great white.




Wild 'virgin-born' sawfish are a world first
Category: Natural World | Posted on 6-2-2015 | 8 comments
Smalltooth sawfish in Florida appear to have developed a novel new way of escaping their own extinction.




Insurance firm now covers death by Dalek
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 3-4-2015 | 17 comments
Virgin Money is offering a variety of bizarre insurance policies covering a range of unlikely scenarios.




Real-life 'Jaws' forces beach closures
Category: Natural World | Posted on 1-21-2015 | 28 comments
Numerous shark sightings near Newcastle in Australia have been keeping beachgoers out of the water.




US Navy deploys underwater robot shark
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 12-20-2014 | 21 comments
The impressive five-foot-long aquatic surveillance robot looks and moves like the real thing.




Mystery 'creature' spotted in New Zealand bay
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 12-15-2014 | 61 comments
A large unexplained wake in the water off Oke Bay was spotted on a Google Maps satellite image.




Megalodon extinction gave whales a boost
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 10-24-2014 | 25 comments
The disappearance of the world's biggest shark may have enabled whales to grow to huge sizes.




Spinosaurus hunted its prey from the water
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 9-12-2014 | 6 comments
The meat-eating behemoth is believed to have stalked the prehistoric waterways of North Africa.




Dinosaurs neither hot nor cold blooded
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 6-13-2014 | 11 comments
Scientists believe they have finally answered the age old question about the nature of dinosaur blood.

 
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