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Megalodon: Facts About the Largest Shark That Ever Lived!

Megalodon is one of those sharks that lived for ages, and they were the most minacious species living in the oceans. If you are a fan of the oceanic world, you need to play this quiz! Let's dive in...
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With a mouth nearly 10 feet wide, megalodon may have had the most powerful bite of all time.
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Odobenocetops were solitary animals. They lived within the thick fields of kelp in the shallow seas of Pliocene Peru.
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It's believed that Megalodon ate 2,500 pounds of food per day!
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Evolution of sharks can be traced back over 400 million years. The most famous extinct shark is Carcharodon megalodon.
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Today, a life-size model of the now extinct predator hangs from the ceiling above the National Museum of Natural History's new Ocean Terrace Café.
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A whale shark can be as long as a school bus and weigh as much as 50,000 pounds!
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A Greenland shark has lived at least 272 years, making the species the longest-lived vertebrate in the world!
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Bull sharks live throughout the world, in shallow, warm ocean waters. They've been known to swim up into freshwater rivers.
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A mother shark can give birth to 100 babies at a time, depending on the type of shark!
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Cartilage is less dense than bone, allowing sharks to move quickly through the water without using too much energy.
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Deep Blue, a 20-foot great white shark spotted off the coast of Guadalupe Island, is widely considered to be among the biggest great white sharks ever filmed.
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Sharks have been living on Earth for about 400 million years. When a shark dies and its cartilage dissolves, the teeth fall to the bottom of the ocean and get covered with sandy sediment.
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Liver is as much as 30% of the shark weight, and although it helps for buoyancy, sharks must swim continuously to avoid sinking.
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 Prabhanjan Borkar

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David Clode, Nariman Mesharrafa, Owen Harding, Wai Siew, Silas Baisch, Laura College, Marcelo Cidrack, Gerald Schömbs