Species similar to or like Megalodon

Extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 3.6 million years ago (mya), during the Early Miocene to the Pliocene. Wikipedia

  • Cretoxyrhina

    Extinct genus of large mackerel shark that lived about 107 to 73 million years ago during the late Albian to late Campanian of the Late Cretaceous period. More commonly referred to as the Ginsu shark, first popularized in reference to the Ginsu knife, as its theoretical feeding mechanism is often compared with the "slicing and dicing" when one uses the knife. Wikipedia

  • Cretalamna

    Genus of extinct otodontid shark that lived from the Late Cretaceous to Eocene epoch . Considered by many to be the ancestor of the largest sharks to have ever lived, Carcharocles angustidens, and Carcharocles megalodon. Wikipedia

  • Great white shark

    Species of large mackerel shark which can be found in the coastal surface waters of all the major oceans. Notable for its size, with larger female individuals growing to 6.1 m in length and 1905 - 2268 kg in weight at maturity. Wikipedia

  • Otodus angustidens

    Species of prehistoric megatoothed sharks in the genus Otodus, which lived during the Oligocene and Miocene epochs about 33 to 22 million years ago. Related to another extinct megatoothed shark, Otodus megalodon. Wikipedia

  • Lamniformes

    Order of sharks commonly known as mackerel sharks (which may also refer specifically to the family Lamnidae). It includes some of the most familiar species of sharks, such as the great white, as well as more unusual representatives, such as the goblin shark and megamouth shark. Wikipedia

  • Thalassocnus

    Extinct genus of semiaquatic ground sloths from the Miocene and Pliocene of the Pacific South American coast. Monotypic within the subfamily Thalassocninae. Wikipedia


    Sentences forMegalodon

    • C. megalodon teeth are the largest of any shark, extinct or living, and are among the most sought after types of shark teeth in the world.Shark tooth-Wikipedia
    • It is considered by many to be the ancestor of the largest sharks to have ever lived, Carcharocles angustidens, and Carcharocles megalodon.Cretalamna-Wikipedia
    • These sharks attained gigantic proportions and include the extinct megatoothed shark, C. megalodon.Shark-Wikipedia
    • He mentioned his findings in a book, The Head of a Shark Dissected, which also contained an illustration of a C. megalodon tooth, previously considered to be a tongue stone.Shark tooth-Wikipedia
    • Fossil records have revealed a predator-prey relationship between large sharks (e.g. C. megalodon) and Cetotheriids.Cetotherium-Wikipedia
    • Otodus megalodon is still argued by some paleontologists (e.g. Michael D. Gottfried and Ewan Fordyce) to be a close relative of Carcharodon carcharias.Carcharodon-Wikipedia

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