Recent evidence has scientists fishing for Megalodon off the coast of South Africa. Photo: Worth1000.com
Is Megalodon shark still alive? There are a group of scientists that firmly believe so. Hooks like these are the bare minimum size needed for hooking one of these giant sharks.
New evidence has scientists questioning their belief that the giant megalodon shark is extinct. A recent wave of fatal shark attacks off the coast of South Africa is shaking up the oceanographic world as rumors spread about a possible 60 foot long causing the reign of terror. The rumors have spread quickly and the Discovery Channel is releasing new evidence that may prove that the giant megalodon shark still exists in our deep oceans. For the 2013 Shark Week, Discovery Channel filmed a team of leading marine biologists to go fishing for the megalodon off the coast of South Africa where the strange attacks have been occurring. In the show, the scientists create the biggest chum slick in history of fishing in order to attract a giant megalodon show from the depths. The megalodon show is the ultimate big game fishing adventure. Many people are now wondering if the megalodon is still alive, and the new show will blow them away! The show is called “Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives”, and airs on August 4, 2013 at 9pm ET on Discovery Channel.
We all want to know “Is the megalodon shark still alive?”. Photos like this one have become viral across the internet by photoshoppers looking to attract attention, but recent discoveries might turn this idea into a reality.
In order to help the world to understand the megalodon, Discovery Channel has filmed a show documenting the fishing trip for the giant shark during shark week. Here is more evidence of a massive megalodon attack on a whale. Photo: Discovery Channel (Youtube account)
Megalodon fishing might be as simple as following the whale migration off the coast of South Africa and baiting them with chunks of dead mammal. Photo: Discovery Channel (Youtube account)
If you don’t believe that megalodon is still alive, check out this photo released by the German navy that clearly shows a monster shark next to a U boat. Photo: Discovery Channel (Youtube account)
Megalodon shark sightings have occurred on several occasions throughout history, but it is only now that evidence is being released about these sightings. Photo: Discovery Channel (Youtube account)
Megalodon Shark Week on Discovery Channel will explore the possibilities on fishing for this prehistoric shark species off the coast of South Africa. Here is Capt. Brett Mcbride cutting chunks from a whale carcass to use as shark bait during Ocearch research. Photo: Ocearch.org
If megalodon still exists, rotten whale chunks might be the best way to target them. The megalodon show on Discovery Channel’s Shark week 2013 will shed more light on the subject. Photo: Ocearch.org