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Carcharocles megalodon

The great white shark had two ancestors that were even more impressive...and scary. The "big dawg" was carcharocles megalodon (above), who lived from 3 to 15 million years ago.

Fully grown, C. megalodon was more than 10 times the size of its descendant, today's great white shark.

At 52 feet in length and 52 tons, C-Megs was the largest predatory fish and the second-largest carnivore (after the Sperm Whale, physeter macrocephalus) ever to inhabit our planet. Megalodon teeth can be over 7" long (below, right). As you can see, C-Megs jaw was more than big enough for people to fit into standing up.

Our fossilized C-Megs teeth come from clay and sand formations in the southeast US (Carolinas, Florida).


Carcharcles megalodon

                Today's great white shark, enlarged to C-Megs size

Adult C-Megs tooth...