The Meg: Real Megalodon shark would eat Jason Statham for breakfast

Picture a shark as long as a bowling lane, with teeth bigger than your hand and a bite as powerful as a T. rex's. This toothy predator is called Megalodon. It was the biggest shark that ever lived — and perhaps fortunately for us, it went extinct almost 3 million years ago.

What ‘The Meg’ gets wrong — and right — about megalodon sharks

A paleobiologist helps Science News separate shark fact from fiction in the new Jason Statham film The Meg.

Fri 10 Aug 18 from ScienceNews

The Meg: the myth, the legend (the science)

What to we really know about the giant prehistoric shark reincarnated by Hollywood?

Fri 10 Aug 18 from BBC News

Science of 'The Meg': How scientists know the world's largest shark is gone forever

Picture a shark as long as a bowling lane, with teeth bigger than your hand and a bite as powerful as a T. rex's. This toothy predator is called Megalodon. It was the biggest shark that ever ...

Fri 10 Aug 18 from FOXNews

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