The debate "Megalodon shark could still exist at the bottom of our ocean" was started by
December 20, 2016, 9:19 am.
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G9PinkmanZz, carrieunderwood007, redstar, Grizzi and 5 visitors agree.
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I'd have to see the reference, but you are right about deep sea populations.
There has been sighting of very large sharks which people claimed to be a small megalodon but still larger than the average shark and how do you know the population in the deep ocean is lower, less than 5% of the world's ocean is left to be explored.
I'm not saying it's true, it is actually very unlikely, but I'm open minded and it's possible and fun to think about
doubtful. even if rare we would see evidence of such a large predator like carcasses of victims. it would eat ALOT and would be a difficult to miss part of the food chain.
also, was it originally a deep water dweller? if not, then why would it be there now? the populations in the deep oceans are much smaller, it would be difficult for them to sustain such a large body down there.