From 70 million to 10 million years ago, the wonder known as the megalodon shark ruled the warm waters of Earth.Based on what researchers have discovered, the megalodon had many physical and behavioral similarities to the great white shark; however, one of the main differences between the two was that the megalodon was substantially more menacing and intimidating.Scientists have studied megalodon teeth that were found in Africa, North America, South America, India, Australia, Japan, and Europe.
However, the To S apparently does not consider itself to be "Satanist" per se.
See The Black Beyond Black by Don Webb, and see the To S General Information Letter.
So even though these sharks were immense, the majority of their bodies were not fossilized; cartilage usually disintegrates too fast for the fossilization process to occur.
Therefore, there are still many factors of the megalodon that we are unsure of.
The oceans’ steadily increasing colder temperatures may very well be what killed off the megalodon shark.
Another plausible belief is that the ancient shark’s preferred prey began to migrate to colder waters.
The megalodon shark (Carcharodon megalodon) was a massive being that would put modern day sea predators to shame.
If you are currently afraid of the great white shark, then I’m sure you’re happy that you don’t have to worry about the megalodon creeping up under your sailboat.
The average great white can be anywhere from 15 to over 20 feet (4 to over 6 m) long.