Two ‘mega sharks’ caught from Australian beach gain worldwide attention
January 2016: Joshua Butterworth, left, and Jethro Bonnichta with the 13.5-foot hammerhead shark they caught from an Australian beach (one of 20+ caught that trip). All sharks were released to the wild.
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What Newfound Fossils Say About Prehistoric 'Mega-Shark'
A fossil found at the base of an underwater mountain off the Canary Islands has been proved by Spanish scientists that it is a fossil of the megalodon. The megalodon is a huge prehistoric shark theorized to be up to 50 feet in length and thought to be a top predator of prehistoric times for over 25 million years.