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    Nature has produced some true monsters. That god damn thing hunted wales!
    if only they were still around found a few more whales for it to eat.

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    Ill see your megalodon and raise you leviathan melvillei. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livyatan_melvillei

    Same size as megalodon but most like much more intelligent.
    Megalodon had 6inch teeth, Leviathan had 14inch teeth.

    http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/dinosa...-Leviathan.htm

    Fight between the two would probably be comparable to orca vs great white, and we all know orcas rape great whites.
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    normally id bash you for being a geek for this, but i like sharks so good job
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    Originally Posted by bryan324 View Post


    All I have to say about this is strong scale of the Megalodon.

    Brb 82' max length yet 4x the scale of a hatteras

    brb 27' tall dorsal

    brb artist should die
    Agreed on scale....that might be a Viking though...
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    Titanoboa master race checking in

    the largest, longest, and heaviest snake ever discovered, lived 58-60 million years ago, was 40 to 50 ft, weighed about 2,502 lb





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    monstrous-sized beasts have always blown my mind. first I heard about was giganotosaurus. pretty much a giant trex. then I went on a wikipedia rampage jumping around between all the ones posted.
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    Originally Posted by Groce View Post
    Titanoboa master race checking in

    the largest, longest, and heaviest snake ever discovered, lived 58-60 million years ago, was 40 to 50 ft, weighed about 2,502 lb





    Damn. Would be amazing to actually see these things living in nature... from a safe distance of course.
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    what was the reasons animals so long ago were so giant? is there an actual scientific reason?
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    cuz there were no humans fukin up their ecosystem and environment. they had more food to eat and more time to grow
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    cuz there were no humans fukin up their ecosystem and environment. they had more food to eat and more time to grow
    im pretty sure these giant animals were gone LONG before any humans ever showed up lulz.
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    more oxygen in the atmosphere, higher temperature supporting larger cold blooded reptiles etc
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    Originally Posted by two0n1 View Post
    monstrous-sized beasts have always blown my mind. first I heard about was giganotosaurus. pretty much a giant trex. then I went on a wikipedia rampage jumping around between all the ones posted.
    Carcharodontosaurids (from the Greek Carcharodontosauros: "shark-toothed lizards") were a group of carnivorous theropod dinosaurs. In 1931 Ernst Stromer named Carcharodontosauridae as a family, in modern paleontology this name indicates a clade within Carnosauria. Carcharodontosaurids included some of the largest land predators ever known: Giganotosaurus, Mapusaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, and Tyrannotitan all rivaled or exceeded Tyrannosaurus in size.
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    we can have hopes for a Jurassic Park in the future brah
    Sadly, no. Apparently any DNA that could be used for cloning has an experiation date that has passed millions of years ago in the case of dinosaurs. The best we could hope for is finding a well preserved, frozen specimen of a certain dinosaur. Like with the mammoth.

    Sadly nobody cares about a fukking mammoth so we best hope that somewhere in the arctic sea, there are ice cubes floating around with a T-Rex, Gigantosaurus, Megalodon, Predator X, Nessie and raptor floating around in them.

    Cross breed them with bunnies and repopulate the earth with these majestic creatures. Later we could splice their DNA with ours, create huge dinosaur men who can relate and commuicate with our dinosaurs so we can fight terrorism the way we should fight it. With Sharks the size of boats waiting along the shores and T-rexes ridden by T-Rex soldiers tearing down caves and eating people who are sitting on toilets.
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    Originally Posted by Midgetkiller View Post
    Sadly, no. Apparently any DNA that could be used for cloning has an experiation date that has passed millions of years ago in the case of dinosaurs. The best we could hope for is finding a well preserved, frozen specimen of a certain dinosaur. Like with the mammoth.

    Sadly nobody cares about a fukking mammoth so we best hope that somewhere in the arctic sea, there are ice cubes floating around with a T-Rex, Gigantosaurus, Megalodon, Predator X, Nessie and raptor floating around in them.

    Cross breed them with bunnies and repopulate the earth with these majestic creatures. Later we could splice their DNA with ours, create huge dinosaur men who can relate and commuicate with our dinosaurs so we can fight terrorism the way we should fight it. With Sharks the size of boats waiting along the shores and T-rexes ridden by T-Rex soldiers tearing down caves and eating people who are sitting on toilets.
    dat feel when you were born too late, you'll never be able to bring back the dinosaurs, but you were born too early you'll never get to explore the universe

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    Originally Posted by Groce View Post
    Titanoboa master race checking in

    the largest, longest, and heaviest snake ever discovered, lived 58-60 million years ago, was 40 to 50 ft, weighed about 2,502 lb





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    dat feel when you were born too late, you'll never be able to bring back the dinosaurs, but you were born too early you'll never get to explore the universe

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    I don't know if I buy that big creatures cant be found down in the depths.. we just don't know.

    I don't have a link, but I read a few years ago that on the coast of either Alaska or Antarctica they found a washed up fish that just died. the species of fish was thought to be extinct for thousands of years until this one washed up. it was a crazy looking mother*cker too. who knows what could be down there
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    Originally Posted by HammerDance45 View Post
    I don't know if I buy that big creatures cant be found down in the depths.. we just don't know.

    I don't have a link, but I read a few years ago that on the coast of either Alaska or Antarctica they found a washed up fish that just died. the species of fish was thought to be extinct for thousands of years until this one washed up. it was a crazy looking mother*cker too. who knows what could be down there
    quite a few things that were thought to be extinct for a very long time have been found, but I highly doubt the megalodon still exists
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    Originally Posted by HammerDance45 View Post
    I don't know if I buy that big creatures cant be found down in the depths.. we just don't know.

    I don't have a link, but I read a few years ago that on the coast of either Alaska or Antarctica they found a washed up fish that just died. the species of fish was thought to be extinct for thousands of years until this one washed up. it was a crazy looking mother*cker too. who knows what could be down there
    there are believed to be colossal octopuses and colossal squids that are extremely hard to find but may exist, these are bigger than giant squids they supposed to be kraken like sizes (srs)

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    Originally Posted by Fruity Snacks View Post
    what was the reasons animals so long ago were so giant? is there an actual scientific reason?
    Nobody knows for sure. It might have been higher oxygen levels, or a much warmer and wetter global climate that allowed fore more plants hence larger prey and larger predators. It would truly be amazing to see a t rex or a mammoth in real life.
    In fact there was one fish even larger than megalodon but it wasn't quite a fierce predator
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    Originally Posted by Fruity Snacks View Post
    what was the reasons animals so long ago were so giant? is there an actual scientific reason?
    Along with what other people said, pangaea probably helped too. One massive landmass that acts like a greenhouse for animals and plants
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    Originally Posted by MaskedMuchacho View Post
    Is that creature based of lapras?
    no, lapras is based off many of its cousins, pliosaurs (not plesiosaurs, which have long necks & sh17)

    Originally Posted by 2ndRateTroll View Post
    LOL@ scientists "knowing" how fast predator x swims when it doesn't even exist anymore.... they're full of shiet
    thou fool, how dare ye assert doubt against the great scientists of the day! >o

    Originally Posted by jazzhanz View Post
    in on Predator X pliosaur thread





    damn that english broadcasting corporation show making the predator x uglier than it was on theee history channel... ;l

    http://www.history.com/videos/predator-x-revealed





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    Obviously humans weren't around when Megaladon was, but there is an article in scientific American this month about our ancestors role in the extinction of the mega fauna that WERE around like saber tooth cats and giant bears and whatever. The fact that we are omnivores played a big part. Also supposedly being able to see in color played a role.
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