The existence of the extinct shark Carcharodon Megalodon
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a.) We have only explored less then 5 percent of our oceans
b.) There are videos and pictures of whales with a good portion of there body bitten off
c.) This video https://www.youtube.com...
also watch the entire video other wise you may not see it.
Also the megaladon could exist because of global warming, which caused the water to rise which caused whales to migrate in warmer waters, which is the sharks main food source. Also marine biologists found a tooth to a megaladon that carbon dated to only 3,000 years ago (which was during the rule of Egypt's empire). The megalodon was said to have gone extinct 7million years ago.
2. The photos of whales are all proved to be hoaxes, just a quick research attempt will show you that.
3. That video used in discovery's fake documentary "Megalodon: the monster shark lives" is fake, along with any other "evidence" in that show as proved shortly after the show's airing.
4. The tooth, found in 1872, 150 years ago, using a method dependent on hundreds of variables. The Megalodon had thousands of teeth wash up on shore in its time, and if the Megalodon has been living in the oceans for 10,000 years then more teeth certainly would have turned up.
Also you accepted a debate on my account and never got to it do you mind going finishing it.
Beryllium forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by Truth_seeker 2 years ago
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