The outline of the giant shark that washed ashore many years ago is mostly that of the great white shark and the barking shark is just overblown. It is impossible to see the sketch as evidence, science does not have to deal with such a problem. Witnesses themselves are also unreliable, especially when they see animals that are rotting, decomposing. To an inexperienced, untrained whale shark or barking shark looks like a great white shark. This is a common mistake. Some unexpected scientific findings have raised belief that Megalodon still exists; coelacanths and broad-mouthed sharks (megamouth shark). The coelacanth is an ancient fish that is thought to have become extinct in the late Cretaceous, about 65 million years ago. However, the good news for the scientific community is that they were discovered in 1938 and 1952. From then on, they are found in many parts of the world. The coelacanth are also difficult to see, because they live in great depths, most of the time they live in caves. Just because we were wrong about the coelacanth, doesn’t mean that Megalodon is alive. The wide-mouthed shark was discovered in 1976. It is a plankton eater, reaching up to 15 feet (4.5m) in height, quite large. It is true that this suggests that great sharks can evade radar range and go unnoticed for many years, but again does not mean that the megalodon is still alive. Wide mouth sharks are plankton and swim in deep layers of water while the sun hasn’t set, making them difficult to find.
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