Are Megaladons Really Extinct?

Megalodons, the most amazing sharks that ever lived!

Too bad they got extinct over 2.6 million years ago according to scientists.

OR DID THEY?! Well, I don't think so. And, I am going to tell you why I don't believe Megaladons are extinct.

Firstly, I disagree because of their teeth. And I know what your thinking:

WHY, WHAT, HOW ARE YOU SUPPOSED TO PROVE THAT MEGALODONS ARE NOT EXTINCT BECAUSE OF THEIR TEETH!? Well, I’ll tell you why. People go hunting for these fossils. And out of all the fossils, one fossil caught the scientists' eye . That fossil dated back to 1,000 years ago. I don't know about you, but that is WAY less than 2.6 million!

Secondly, I disagree because there have been sightings, and you might think: If it's a huge shark it does not mean it's a Megalodon like, it could be a whale shark! Well, sharks and whales do not live in these places, kind of spooky isn't it?

Lastly, I disagree because Megaladons seek the exact same prey that had been disappearing lately. Could that be the answer? Well, it is difficult to find out even for scientists. You see, these species live at the very bottom at the sea. That would cost a fortune!

This is why I believe that Megaladons are still lurking beneath those damp, dark seas.

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