Facts about Megalodon Sharks, "Scientific name for Megalodon Shark is Carcharodon megalodon". A Megalodon Shark is a extinct variety of shark that lived roughly 28 to 1.5 million years ago, at the time of the Cenozoic period. The Megalodon Sharks were found in almost all parts of the world and they are considered one among the biggest and most influential predators in the history of the vertebrate. These breeds of shark were found with a body length, ranged from 46 to 59 feet (14 meters to 18 meters).
Features of Megalodon Shark
The Megalodon Shark had several behavioral and physical resemblances to the large white shark. However, one of the major differences between these two sharks was that the Megalodon Shark breed was considerably more threatened and daunted when compared to the white shark.
Unluckily, owing to the fact that not many details have been determined about the Megalodon Shark breed, the complete reason of why they all expired is not known. However, there are some theories that would explain the death of these breeds. Two of the major speculations really coincide with the faith that the Megalodon Shark breeds swam in the warm waters. When the Megalodon Sharks were alive, the temperature of the seas started to decrease. The progressively growing colder temperatures of the ocean may fabulously be what destroyed the Megalodon Shark. Another reasonable faith is that the favorite prey of the antique shark began to wander to colder waters. These stumpy temperate waters were most likely excessively cold for the Megalodon Shark breed to survive.
Entertainingly enough, there are several people who decline to consider that the Megalodon Shark breed is indeed destroyed. Doubters feel as though the Megalodon Shark may perhaps be in survival deep down in the sea. Though it is true that every inch of the oceans of the world cannot be explored, it is probable that there are undiscovered varieties still living in the water depths, the faith that the Megalodon Shark breed may still be living today has not yet been established.
There are over 400 types of sharks, Sharks have the most powerful jaws on on earth. Megalodon Sharks jaws, both the upper and lower jaws move. Megalodon Sharks skin is made of denticles instead of scales like other fish. The denticles are constructed like hard, sharp teeth (tooth-like projection) and this helps to protect the Megalodon Shark from being injury. The Megalodon Shark is carnivores, meaning: an animal that feeds on flesh (Meat). "Scientific name for Shark Selachimorpha"
"Fear of Sharks Selachophobia".