50 foot “Megladon” sighting in the Northwest Atlantic


Many great white sharks together are scary, but a real sighting of the Megalodon Shark would be even scarier.

In September researchers were studying sharks in the Northwest Atlantic Sea and spotted a “Megalodon Shark” or so they thought. They actually found a large school of Mackerel.

Researchers were so excited to see this finding of what they thought was a Megalodon Shark, but they were wrong. The large school of Mackerel turned out to have a very similar shape to the Megalodon Shark.

“On a recent shark research trip, we were all amused to see this shape appear on our fish finder for several minutes,” the organization said.

The Megalodon Shark has been extinct for more than 3 million years. Researchers are 99% positive they will not find any sightings of this shark, but there is still a small chance.

“So close, but so far!” It continued. “The Megalodon (Otodus megalodon), disappeared more than 3 million years ago and will likely stay that way, but, for a few minutes, we thought he had returned,” said the Institute.

There are many theories on how this shark went extinct, some say a massive group of great whites devoured them. But others have different ideas.

“Does Meg exist?” the organization asked.