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originally posted by: Bigburgh
Holy Cow! You put up more... and if that platter size tooth is real. When I get a chance to read and watch what you put up, should be neat. I rally want to know the date of that shark tooth. Hope someday they find a way to get DNA from those teeth.
No real Megalodon teeth even close to this size have been found. But what if? This is a greatly enlarged sculpture of a Megalodon tooth. Hang this tooth on your wall or place it in your collection of MEG teeth and watch how much attention it gets. A sure fire way to start a conversation.
originally posted by: Phage
Are you trying to fool us?
An Australian fisherman managed to capture stunning footage of a great white shark as it rammed the side of his vessel on Friday, a day ahead of a fatal attack that transpired in Tasmania.
The encounter took place west of Carnac Island, according to the Australian, when angler Mark Peacock was fishing alone in shallow water. His boat was approached by a great white shark, which circled the vessel for several minutes, prompting him to film the animal.
After a moment, however, the shark approached his boat’s motor, causing him to realize the situation had changed. “When it grabbed the motor it shook the boat around, and made me realize just how strong this creature was,” he noted.