OHM Baby Megalodon

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How big can a shark get? Distant, distant, relatives of the huge sea creatures we see in our oceans today like The Great White, the Magalodon was even bigger. One of the largest predators to ever live. With 276 teeth across 5 rows it could swallow a whale whole. Wow, right?

Megalodon Fast Facts

Diet: Whales, sea cows, sea lions, and well, you get the idea
Length: Maximum of around 24 to 25 metres (79 to 82 ft) in total length
Weight: 100 tons (91 000 kgs)
Teeth: A single tooth could be up to 7 inches (18 cm)
When It Lived: approximately 23 to 2.6 million years ago, during the Cenozoic Era
Where It Lived: Everywhere!

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