10 Scary Shark Sightings That Might Just Be Megalodon!

10 Scary Shark Sightings That Might Just Be Megalodon!

10 Scary Shark Sightings That Might Just Be Megalodon!

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10 Scary Shark Sightings That Might Just Be Megalodon!
No other shark has ever captured our collective imaginations, and with good reason. Many believe that
they were the most formidable predators to have ever swim the world’s oceans. And while conventional
knowledge says they’ve gone extinct, many still believe that they are still alive, hiding underneath the
vast oceans, only sporadically being seen.

Number 10. The Google Map Sighting
Some people make Google Maps surfing a hobby, which is kind of weird but thanks to them, we have a
lot of weird things to look at on the internet. Some are easily explainable, like glitches on the photo or
simple misidentification of objects, like in a fairly recent viral photo, which many believed to be proof of
the Kraken, turned out to be just a rock. But there are some cases that can’t simply be explained by
conventional thinking.
This reportedly shows a Google Map image in the Bahamas. In it you can clearly show the silhouette of
an unusually large fish. We know it’s large because these images are taken by satellites orbiting the
earth, so animal that would have registered on the image must massive.
Could it be a whale shark? Of course, it could be, but if you look closely, there’s something quite a bit off
with the shape of the animal for it to be a whale shark. Of course, it is a bit premature to declare this to
be a megalodon, but if you come up with other possibilities, I’m all ears.
Of course there’s the “doctored photo” explanation, which is also highly likely. But, in the remotest of
chances that this google map image wasn’t faked, is it still safe to swim in the Bahamas?

Number 9. The Coast Guard Footage

Aside from sailors, who obviously spend most of their lives at sea, coastguards are the most likely
people to spot a meg and finally confirm that they still roam the world’s waters. On their rescue
helicopters, they would have the perfect vantage point to spot anything lurking below the waves. And in
this very controversial footage, they might have accidentally found the presumed extinct giant shark.
The Brazilian coast guard caught sight of the monstrous fish while attempting a sea rescue. At first, the
coast guard officers didn’t notice the giant silhouette swimming past them beneath the waves, but after
re-watching the footage, they couldn’t believe their eyes. If the size of the shadow is any indication, the
animal was upwards of 60 feet long.

Of course it could have been just another large fish, primarily the whale shark, but there’s one glaring
flaw in that assumption; whale sharks can’t be found anywhere in Brazil. Furthermore, the footage has
been analyzed by many experts, and they found the footage to be completely unaltered. With this, the
video has been touted as the best evidence for the continued existence of the megalodon yet.

Number 8. The Zane Grey Account
Pearl Zane Grey was an American author and dentist best known for his adventure novels and stories
associated with the Western genre in literature and the arts. His bestselling book by far is called Riders
of the Purple Sage.
Now, I know what you are thinking; what does an award winning novelist with a penchant for writing
westerns have anything to do with megalodons. Well, he believes he actually saw one, or rather a shark
that’s simply too big to be, and I quote “a harmless white shark”.
In the novel Megalodon: Fact or Fiction?, Rick Emmer says that Grey claimed to have seen "one of the
man-eating monsters of the South Pacific," a shark much longer than his 30-40-foot boat. Apparently,
the shark was "yellow and green … with a square head, immense pectoral fins and a few white spots."
Now, Grey didn’t actually say that he thought that the animal he saw was the might meg. It’s too big to
be a great white, and the color certainly rules out whale sharks, so what other shark out there fits the

Number 7. An Unverified Attack

Let me just say that this isn’t about an actual sighting, but rather the possible outcome of a close
encounter with a megalodon. A few years ago, a photo made rounds on the internet showing a dead
beached whale. While seeing a beached whale is sad, it’s not really unheard of, but there’s something
that sets this apart from the rest. The whale’s entire tail is missing, and it looks like it’s been bitten off by
something large.