The megalodon is a massive relative of the great white shark. Megalodons are the second largest sharks in the ocean, at around 70 feet in length. It's size and incredible bite force make it a deadly predator of the seas, feeding on whales and large fish.
Anatomy & Morphology
Megalodon's bodies are essentially giant great white shark bodies.
Geographic Origin and Distribution
The megalodon is present in all oceans except for the arctic ocean and southern ocean, the megalodon can't handle cold waters.
The megalodon isn't very intelligent and is easily outsmarted by whales and dolphins, but it makes up for this with it's incredible bite force.
- Average Length
- 70 feet (21 meters)
- Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
- Their bodies are similar in colour to the great white shark.
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