Tag: megalodon

Why Megalodon (Definitely) Went Extinct

Why Megalodon (Definitely) Went Extinct

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 22, 2019

About 8 million years ago, a little baleen whale was swimming in the warm coastal waters of Peru. It was only about 3 or 4 meters long, about the size of a Beluga whale, and while it filtered mouthfuls of plankton-rich water, it was unaware that just below it swam a predator. Like the great […]

A New Great White Discovery | Shark Week’s The Daily Bite

A New Great White Discovery | Shark Week’s The Daily Bite

By Micah Moen 91 Comments August 21, 2019

♪♪ IT’S SHARK WEEK, AND THIS IS YOUR “DAILY BITE.” THERE HAVE BEEN SOME INCREDIBLE DISCOVERIES IN THE DEEP BLUE SEA SINCE LAST YEAR, AND GREAT WHITE SHARKS HAVE BROUGHT US SOME OF THE MOST JAW-DROPPING, FROM MILLIONS OF YEARS AGO, RUBBING FINS WITH THE MEG… TO BREACHING ALL NEW HEIGHTS THIS YEAR. THIS APEX […]

How Large Are Blue Whales Really? Size Comparison

How Large Are Blue Whales Really? Size Comparison

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 13, 2019

The Blue whale – The largest animal of our time and the largest animal that ever lived. And yes, that includes Dinosaurs and other Ocean-Giants like Megalodon and Mosasaur. How enormous Blue whales are exactly and how their managed to become so large, that’s what this episode will be about. Granted, Blue whales are probably […]

Why Great Whites are so dangerous

Why Great Whites are so dangerous

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 7, 2019

The Great White Shark – They are the largest predatory fish on the planet and as such stand at the very top of the food chain in the oceans. They are built for killing and are without a doubt one of the most successful predators of our time. Despite this they are also deeply misunderstood […]