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How Megalodon possibly looked like

Guatemala GuateGojira Offline
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(11-28-2019, 12:26 PM)edczxc Wrote: You are wrong.

And the killer whale group, Megalodon, cannot be touched.
If Megorodon attacks a pack of killer whales,
a herd of killer whales runs away
This is the reality.

And in the days of Megalodon, 
There were whales about the same size as the megalodons.
Megalodon hunted large whales alone.
Don't underestimate Megalodon.

Don't exaggerate a killer whale.

You have repeated the same thing in three diferent topics (all about megalodon, by the way...), whith out showing a single evidence.

If you are going to say something you need to prove it.

Answer these questions?

1 - Why you say that the orcas will "run" away?
2 - You say that it "is" the reality, have you actually saw that to say that is a "reality"?
3 - Show the evidence to prove that the whales in the time of Otodus megalodon were of the same size than this large shark?

Don't be a "fan" boy, prove your facts, or sit down and learn.
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