in Digital Life

Killer Megalodon Shark Facts(Prehistoric Friday)

Share to friends!

As an entertaining angler it very necessary to keep updated with in-depth information concerning the latest trends and developments in the world of fishing.

Being a user of the FISHSURFING fishing app, I am enjoying every moment of it.

The fishing app has grown to become a universal social networking platform that allows sharing fishing experiences with other experienced anglers.

The is useful platform to finding current information about fishing events, shops, and guides

A vast amount of resources about fishing can be found there the application is the only fishing application with a translation feature allowing users to intercommunicate.

It is currently the best fishing apps on the mobile apps market.

Availability: (iOS, Android).

For iOS at https://apps.apple.com/us/app/fishsurfing/id1235154377

For android at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cz.fishsurfing.fishsurfing

Screenshot 20200119-210431 Fishsurfing

(1)Fossil teeth of the Megalodon can be found in North America, Europe, Africa, as well as Cuba.

(2)Sadly Megalodon went extinct around 2.6 million years ago .

(3)The bite of the Megalodon is believed to be the most powerful bite of any animal.

(4) Megalodon’s bite force between ranges between 22,000 to 38,000 pounds (17.24 ton).

(5)The Megalodon measured more than 71 feet (21.64 meters) in length and weighed more than 60 tons.

Reconstruccin de un Megalodon a escala real y un

(6)The Megalodon’s teeth were very long reaching sizes of over 6 inches (15.24 cm) long.

(7)The Megalodon remains the largest predator on the planet.

(8)Megalodon sharks had an insatiable appetite which included eating whales.

(9)Adult Megalodon Sharks normally consumed over a ton of food per day to sustain itself.

(10)Megalodon teeth are common fossils found in many areas of the world and can be sold for at least $40000 .The Megalodon Had About 270 Teeth In 5 Rows with the tips completely sheered off due to hitting bone during feeding.

Share to friends!