Evidence of Monster Submarine Sharks - Best of the Best Videos Caught on Tape - Official CR 2.0

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Evidence of Monster Submarine Sharks - Best of the Best Videos - Official CR 2.0 Special Feature Presentation! ➨ More info: http://www.CryptidResearch.com/ ➨ Most Recent UFO Sightings (usually reported that day) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjMRDWcPlnt1GnrBtp4RC-g -------------------------------------------------- Thanks for watching! Please share our videos and Subscribe to CR 2.0 -------------------------------------------------- ➨ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKyKl6_2j11cjVs4hBLLQ0A?sub_confirmation=1 ➨ Google +: https://www.google.com/+Cryptidresearch ➨ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CryptidResearch ➨ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ResearchUnknown ------------------------------------------------- Credits: Music - Teknoaxe MUSIC - Ussishkin Gang This channel we check out the megalodon shark caught on tape, alien sightings, ufo caught on camera, extraterrestrial life, monster, shark week, discovery, ghosts, real dragons, shark encounters, new technology 2017, and more. Subscribe please for updates!

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CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 4 years ago
Thank you all so much for all of the like and shares! I can't believe we are almost to half million views in just one week!! I appreciate each and everyone of you and can't thank you all enough for coming to check out CR 2.0!!
Milton Hackett
Milton Hackett - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 you missed s really good story out of Australia , where four ppl was killed when the boat was bitten in the bottom. I saw a video that stated the hole ,or bite was five to six foot across
colby screws
colby screws - 3 years ago
Thanks for sharing although you're facts aren't true and sizes of these animals.. the man in the kayak for 1. The kayak is more of 8ft not 14. The shark is more 16ft.. which is normal for female great whites in which are bigger than males
Techno Demic
Techno Demic - 3 years ago
Who among those have viewed the monster up close would have lived to tell the tale?
Nighthawk Dutch chameleon
Nighthawk Dutch chameleon - 3 years ago
First i like to suggest that many of our oceans remain safe from human exploring.but these videos are not evidence
LOYD196
LOYD196 - 3 years ago
Considering the world is 70% water and we have only explored 5% of it, I would say anything is possible.
Azren Hodzic
Azren Hodzic - 3 years ago
We need a bigger boat!!
Lavinia Aguilar
Lavinia Aguilar - 3 years ago
they live milions of years deep in the ocean, once an encounter with a human they are no more. If you were fighting for your life, you were fish food the minute you were in the water and alot of people would be alive if they thought about this. Taking a swim out in the ocean isn't a good idea, the deeper the water the bigger the fish, I feel like a granule of sand out there and will not think of going again!
Fight theIllusion
Fight theIllusion - 3 years ago
begins shitty ... gets worse
Donald Blocher
Donald Blocher - 3 years ago
Rare Greenland Shark
Samone Gee
Samone Gee - 3 years ago
idk

10. comment for Evidence of Monster Submarine Sharks - Best of the Best Videos Caught on Tape - Official CR 2.0

-นนท์เอง-
-นนท์เอง- - 3 years ago
Mega mouth shark?
No Mega lodon
falcon3268
falcon3268 - 3 years ago
if the MEG books are any indications of what the sea life would start to react to have a massive shark in the waters I think we would be seeing a lot more accidents of ships being attacked, whale migrations would change, a lot more shark attacks where the bodies weren't recovered would start appearing. So I highly doubt that the MEG has survived
TeeBee 303
TeeBee 303 - 3 years ago
What a load of bollocks
Steve Cadman
Steve Cadman - 3 years ago
I'm glad they're submarine sharks, not land sharks! lol!
Maria Carte
Maria Carte - 3 years ago
While I believe that the chances of a Megalodon being alive today are pretty high since the ocean depths are still unexplored, most of the videos here were posted by a documentary that was later admitted to being false. Merely assumptions and theories, and even some video editing. I truly do believe that Megalodons exist, at least I hope they do, but until I see one myself or have better, undeniable footage, I'll never know for sure.
Kathleen Alday
Kathleen Alday - 3 years ago
The supposed Megladon in the Mariana Trench is so babdly scarred up, the poor thing. Which would suggest that behemoth has lived a very hard life.
Lexion Combine
Lexion Combine - 3 years ago
"Submarine shark" ? As opposed to Land shark ? :)
johnathan gant
johnathan gant - 3 years ago
Whale shark largest fish.
Augusto Hummel
Augusto Hummel - 3 years ago
Op frame 2.26 can you  clearly see a Shark whale
Fairy Smile
Fairy Smile - 3 years ago

20. comment for Evidence of Monster Submarine Sharks - Best of the Best Videos Caught on Tape - Official CR 2.0

jpsholland
jpsholland - 3 years ago
Where is the evidence?
DominicWalcott22 DW
DominicWalcott22 DW - 3 years ago
Megalodon's brother?
Capt. Peligro Makatigbas
Capt. Peligro Makatigbas - 3 years ago
very nice
Clark Jones
Clark Jones - 3 years ago
you will never see sharks on the share unless white people killed them shame on honkies.
Clark Jones
Clark Jones - 3 years ago
white people need to stop trying to create a super shark shame on honkies.
gunslingr45
gunslingr45 - 3 years ago
`See the alien?
Mishef
Mishef - 3 years ago
Nothing but few fuzzy clips. As usual...
alvin Ip
alvin Ip - 3 years ago
Also most of them are large but they are just a species of deep sea shark that are not apex predictors
fernando gonzalez
fernando gonzalez - 3 years ago
Estanbien papelis
lapegre25
lapegre25 - 3 years ago
Nous sommes en 2018 hein :) bref avoir des vidéo comme par hasard de ce genre de qualiter :)

30. comment for Evidence of Monster Submarine Sharks - Best of the Best Videos Caught on Tape - Official CR 2.0

FamunisFOX
FamunisFOX - 3 years ago
All these videos are real videos u can find but none of them are megalodons and if they were what would they be eating a 60ft shark has to have a huge amount of food and the said food must be big enough to sustain and shark of this scale
Jason Smith
Jason Smith - 3 years ago
As far as the kayak footage to my knolage whale sharks have a rounded shout this shark clearly has a distinctive point simular to a great white
Goldsby Washington
Goldsby Washington - 3 years ago
BS
Travis Warner
Travis Warner - 3 years ago
Pic w sailboat looks like it's been Photoshopped
Mr Slime
Mr Slime - 3 years ago
Submarine the killer shark is a DNA failure of NASA
Game Changed
Game Changed - 3 years ago
I wish I could see it THE DAMN COLORS WERE IN MY WAY
Jake Riley
Jake Riley - 3 years ago
The pictures at the bottom of that ocean were Greenland sharks
lego videos stop motion
lego videos stop motion - 3 years ago
The second one is a orca when they are depressed there fins bend
Terry Carr
Terry Carr - 3 years ago
Wtf a whale with a shark in it's jaws ?!!!!
Canis Lupus
Canis Lupus - 3 years ago
Baskin shark
Moises Hernandez
Moises Hernandez - 3 years ago
is a shark everyone
Moises Hernandez
Moises Hernandez - 3 years ago
is a shark everyone
Greg Reyes
Greg Reyes - 3 years ago
The boat looks like a toy, judging from the ripples of the water surface.
Greg Reyes
Greg Reyes - 3 years ago
Moves too slow it could be a whale shark.
Gustavo Sandoval
Gustavo Sandoval - 3 years ago
Está más Grande el Pokemon a comparación del MEGALODON.
Aramis l.
Aramis l. - 3 years ago
More north korean propaganda.
The Morningstar Killer
The Morningstar Killer - 3 years ago
Possible...but not likely. If there were 40+ foot Megalodon sharks alive today, pretty sure there'd be much more evidence, footage, dead animals, etc. I do not believe Megalodon is alive today. Its too bad, cuz i would LOVE to see a Megalodon!
Charlie A
Charlie A - 3 years ago
Maybe the first video was only a great white shark or a baby whale
Charlie A
Charlie A - 3 years ago
Maybe the first video was only a great white shark or a baby whale
Hannah and Colleen
Hannah and Colleen - 3 years ago
OMG NO WAYYY!

50. comment for Evidence of Monster Submarine Sharks - Best of the Best Videos Caught on Tape - Official CR 2.0

Miguel  Rodriguez
Miguel Rodriguez - 3 years ago
With all the overfishing worldwide one of these gigantic predators should have been caught by now. I do understand that the oceans remain vastly unexplored, but i find it strange that not one has been netted by now.
Erik Berg
Erik Berg - 3 years ago
Whaleshark. ...clear
andreas gmc
andreas gmc - 3 years ago
Looks like a Baskin Sharks...the one with a kayaker?
It's that it?
Jonathan Perez
Jonathan Perez - 3 years ago
names leo bro
Wendy Darling
Wendy Darling - 3 years ago
no its submarine
Jonathan Perez
Jonathan Perez - 3 years ago
the mega shark still lives
Unipig Power
Unipig Power - 3 years ago
I don't know if this is photoshopped or not but it could be possible that the Megalodon still exists because technically it's just a really, really, really big shark...
Aki 1313
Aki 1313 - 3 years ago
Darn big...
Macey Gaming
Macey Gaming - 3 years ago
Most of the sharks in this video are called The Greenland shark that live at depths of about 1k meters down & are very rarely seen.
AWESOME NOT AWESOME
AWESOME NOT AWESOME - 3 years ago
Most of these are zoomed up images. But some Idk
Andul
Andul - 3 years ago
1 minute and 41 seconds of the video ! the shark would have to be able to move its tail 180% . dorsal fin one direction and the tail the other
Andul
Andul - 3 years ago
two sharks !!! Not one mega it's easy to tell
jessica andujar
jessica andujar - 3 years ago
It's either a whale shark or a great white shark great whites can grow to 20 feet
jessica andujar
jessica andujar - 3 years ago
All of it is a whale shark
Kelly Wright
Kelly Wright - 3 years ago
B
Yung fooly
Yung fooly - 3 years ago
Hard ass beat
Hugh MacDonald
Hugh MacDonald - 3 years ago
Bogus.
XXProClassXXbul 10
XXProClassXXbul 10 - 3 years ago
M8 look up the mega mouth shark, yeah bro thats an actual living shark and its bigger then a whale shark so theres your explanation
Anthony Van Dusen
Anthony Van Dusen - 3 years ago
most of the sharks on here are harmless
kirby waite
kirby waite - 3 years ago
The one washed up on the beach was only a great white? How big was it?
Gary Scott
Gary Scott - 3 years ago
Better beats on this shark video then 99% of all songs on the charts these days! nice work man,,and nice editing.
Gary Scott
Gary Scott - 3 years ago
your most welcome my friend....peace--G
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
thank you thank you thank you so much!!
Marc ms
Marc ms - 3 years ago
Dommage que chaque vidéos de mégalodon soit toutes flou ou carrément invisible ou que les vignettes soit complétement disproportionner
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Thank you all so much for the shares and likes. I appreciate so much. Means a lot.
-CR 2.0
Edgar Foerster
Edgar Foerster - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 way to go with vid! Kudos. Let’s protect em. Still boss of the sea. Her and the Orca! Fish and mammals. So wonderful. Makes me want to smile! Bless all who want to preserve these wonders of the world. Stop net fishing. Please.
Larry Johnson
Larry Johnson - 3 years ago
^
George Kofman
George Kofman - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 was
Jhun Dalar Cribe
Jhun Dalar Cribe - 3 years ago
Edited
Natalya Svendsen
Natalya Svendsen - 3 years ago
I hope they don't exist still 0-0"
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I hope they do. Be cool to see , ... from a distance of course lol
klou
klou - 3 years ago
I think it's funny how the only pic of this is way back in the day Compare with the advance tech. we have today seems like we get more B.S. then back in the day. Lol
karan vishe
karan vishe - 3 years ago
Is megaladon big or blue whale?
Kristján Berg Johansen
Kristján Berg Johansen - 3 years ago
that was a bone shark not a megaladon
Chicago’s Finest
Chicago’s Finest - 3 years ago
Amazing
meena meena
meena meena - 3 years ago
Some of them whales in this video
Jackson Riley
Jackson Riley - 3 years ago
Some of those sharks are different species
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
all very big I wonder how many species there are
Jericka Wallace
Jericka Wallace - 3 years ago
the first one is a wale
mr rebel
mr rebel - 3 years ago
ok first of all first one was a green shark. rare but not a megladon..
Andrew Zheng
Andrew Zheng - 3 years ago
Cool
Green BoyDT
Green BoyDT - 3 years ago
Scary scary
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
just respect the ocean and the ocean will respect you
Brian Neeley
Brian Neeley - 3 years ago
According to Guinness largest Great White sharks recorded were 36 and 37 feet. I have seen a 16 foot one that was huge. Super scary. I bet there are some 40 + footers out there. Black demon in Mexico coast is reportedly monstrous.
Prototype_ Squids
Prototype_ Squids - 3 years ago
Brian Neeley i bet you dont want to meet the 60-69ft shark
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yea for sure
TheDonna1959
TheDonna1959 - 3 years ago
Scary! This is the reason I stay close to the shore!!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
same
Guil dota
Guil dota - 3 years ago
There are many secret of the ocean that not identified
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
that is all i'm saying. I could happen , not sure if it will .
The Pirate Nation
The Pirate Nation - 3 years ago
So apparently there's no Brazilian coast guard? I'm not the guy to ask about this, but I've heard the only thing debunking that particular clip is there being no brazilian coast guard.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
hmm interesting
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Almost to two million, Thank you all so much for the likes and shares. I means a lot.
Reodor Felgen
Reodor Felgen - 3 years ago
You means a lot? Hmmm well if YOU say so it has to be true right?!
Bob Bob
Bob Bob - 3 years ago
I think a mageldon still lives
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
IT would be amazing to see one
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
There is more known about the surface of the moon than what lies in the depths of the deepest oceans. A.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Life is amazing!! Anything is possible. Of course mother earth has a lot of secrets. Little by little she gives away some, but there's others that she thinks its best for us to find on our own. Like little treasures, hidden treasures, and I think this might be one of them.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
agreed
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
There is one animal that goes back to the dinosaurs. Alligators and crocodiles. They are thriving through the test of time and many others as well. Why not the Megalodon? Why because they are on land and meglodon is in the ocean?????
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
agreed why not right. Could be
Allan Farr
Allan Farr - 3 years ago
Need a quarter for size reference
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
a quarter lol
Emilio Servin
Emilio Servin - 3 years ago
El megadolonte es mucho mas grande mide como un camion . Son falsos estos video . Solo son tiburones blancos que varian su tamaño .
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
wild one
0neKingD0wn
0neKingD0wn - 3 years ago
awwww the classic : oh look at this! its a monster ! its a ghost! let me grab my rock to film it!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yea i might just be in awe and not even hit record haha. props for sure
0neKingD0wn
0neKingD0wn - 3 years ago
yea i know ;) not sure , grabing my rock to film one of those would be my first insttinc/reaction. Got to give em props.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
haha i understand but people are tying.
cliff bird
cliff bird - 3 years ago
maybe megladon is just a great white that lives in deep oceans and has grown a lot bigger to cope with the water presure in the deep ocean. after all they r contantly finding new species of animals on land and in the sea in places they thought nothing could survive. IE life forms growing quite happliy in nukclear reactors that die as soon as they come into contact with water or oxygene. Other life forms discovered living in the lava in volcanoes. earth bacteria that hitched a ride to the moon cause NASA didnt bother to sterilise anything sent to the moon thinking nothing could survive r actualty thriving on the moon better than they do on earth. Bactria has been found on meterites that have crashed into the earth and they r not known to earth science. yet they survive space. Some species thought to have been extict for millions of years have been found and still living. So maybe megladon is out there somewhere or they might just be sharks that r known about that have grown a lot bigger than normal.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
there is something called deep sea gigantism . Very interesting stuff.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
That s why when they did the shark week on NGE and I saw the Megalodon series, I was so excited because it's a topic that makes people react. Just watching it and talk about it made me so curious because it caused people to stop and think of how huge the ocean is and how anything can be living there. I mean look at how many people answered and took a look at your site. Curiosity!!! A.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Anything can live under the ocean. As well as land. It's just so amazing of how many fish live so deep in the ocean where there's no light. Most are blind. The fish they see when they use a submersible to go deep is unbelievable. Fish they thought were extinct. Fish that make their own light it's so beautiful!!!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I agee

100. comment for Evidence of Monster Submarine Sharks - Best of the Best Videos Caught on Tape - Official CR 2.0

Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Sea monster, past and present. You have a good point. But do you think other marine animals can get as big as the Megalodon and not be seen like the giant squid, for example??
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I know that is why I love the ocean and learning about it. So much more to discover. Something sooooo big could be down there
Koloman Malar
Koloman Malar - 3 years ago
nice video
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
thank you so much
Juan Manuel
Juan Manuel - 3 years ago
No hay referencias para saber si es uno de 5 mts o mas grande, por lo tanto no es evidencia de nada
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yes
griimlock
griimlock - 3 years ago
You lot are stupid you know the megalodons extinct right....the ocean would be a very different place. Food chains would be in chaos, big predators like sharks wouldn't be as active and if the megalodon was still around why ain't there actual official confirmation/photos/video evidence and not this YouTube shit....I know why it went extinct.
If megalodons still existed the oceans would be much different to how we know it.
Heavenly Air
Heavenly Air - 3 years ago
YEA GRIM, WHAT MOST FAIL TO SEE IS EVOLUTION, MEGA EVOLVED INTO THE GREAT WHITE SHARK
john askins
john askins - 3 years ago
griimlock news flash for you, people have barely explored the ocean. Think it's around 10-20% of the ocean has been explored so it is possible. Just because no photos exist yet still doesn't disprove they aren't alive, people find dozens of new species every year.

I don't think they are still around but to say because we have no pictures of them they don't exist is absurd. Truthfully I only clicked on the video thinking it may have had something to do with the Meg movie that is supposed to be due in 2018. If not sure about the movie, it is based on a book about megolodons.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
maybe we havent really learned much about the oceans yet
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
is that from pokemon
Spenny Gee
Spenny Gee - 3 years ago
the shark might be fat but its not long you can see the gap between his fin and his tail its not that big maybe 6 feet? none the less its a 10 foot shark ez.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
perhaps
varanid9
varanid9 - 3 years ago
Oh, well, at least you got some nice footage of basking sharks, anyway.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
something really really big
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Yes, Submarine. Your right! It's supposed to be humongous!
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I agree. He's huge!!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I love these huge animals
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!! CR 2.0 TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!!!
Renée Mae
Renée Mae - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente Thank You Andrea- & I wish you. Merry Christmas&Happy holidays to you and you're loved ones. Hugs.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Andrea De La Fuente thanks so much :) u too
dianecob
dianecob - 3 years ago
The one shown from above from the helicopter was a whale you could see the blow hole open as it passed by but as a lot of the others had no size reference to compare it with i would question them
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yea its hard
Byron Taylor
Byron Taylor - 3 years ago
Cryptid on your vid about caught on tape 2017 well at 5m48. That paticular shark was identified as a sleeper shark
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
i don't claim to know everything. I just like to discuss the videos and the animals. I like to encourage comments because learn a lot from each other.
Byron Taylor
Byron Taylor - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 just thought id mention it i saw your video after id seen that paticular vid about that shark not hating lol
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Byron Taylor thanks for info. I appreciated comment very much
Some Scrub
Some Scrub - 3 years ago
You know, there's a few problems with giant animals in the oceans, one of them being food sources, a big animal needs to eat a lot, the ocean does have a variety of creatures, but it just doesn't support super sized predators in it's current state, the other issue we find ourselves with is a lack of fossile evidence, if there really was some kind of super shark living in the waters today we'd definitely see evidence of it in the fossile record or even prey items that have survived attacks with imbedded teeth, a giant shark sounds very interesting, but it's just not feasible
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I don't know about that. maybe
Some Scrub
Some Scrub - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 we know enough to show that there isn't a giant shark, the reason it's 95% unexplored is cause nobody wants to sit in one water column and map every single little bit of detritus in the water
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Maybe we dont actually know much about the ocean.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I'm sorry you think I'm wrong, I don't know everything but I always try to research before posting things. I'm sorry you feel that way.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Whales are mammals and they need to come up to breathe.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Why don't you do research yourself.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Yes, witnesses. I know it's hard to believe it but we are talking about the ocean here. Not a pond or lake. It's depth have many secrets.
Ajith Kumar Ajith
Ajith Kumar Ajith - 3 years ago
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graze jorquia22
graze jorquia22 - 3 years ago
Yeahh
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yea really
Panja Churiawan
Panja Churiawan - 3 years ago
Is that a sleeper shark?
YESSSSS!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
no a blue whale lol
12Burton24
12Burton24 - 3 years ago
2.44 its a deep sea fish dont know the name or a whale swiming sideways they do thing like that while playing
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
weird
Daniel Hines
Daniel Hines - 3 years ago
If :40 left them speechless, they should see the 5-flusher that I leftin the commode earlier today.....
Spiff Kid
Spiff Kid - 3 years ago
For those who don’t believe in sea monsters, remember that we’ve only explored 6% of the ocean.
Joe Griego
Joe Griego - 3 years ago
All Im seeing are sharks swimming in the water. Without something to compare its size, its just a shark swimming in the water
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
i agree its hard to tell sometimes , part of why its hard to learn about the ocean.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Evolution is amazing! I'm just watching and waiting to see what new species come out from the dark, deep ocean. Imagine!!???
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Andrea De La Fuente so amazing!
edison caceres monteiro
edison caceres monteiro - 3 years ago
misericordia que esses monstros nunca me ataquem na praia que deus me protegia jesus queiso
edison caceres monteiro
edison caceres monteiro - 3 years ago
esses tubaroes puracaso sao o mega lodom caraca velho jesus
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+edison caceres monteiro si
edison caceres monteiro
edison caceres monteiro - 3 years ago
isso da medo jesus cristo
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I think they clean up after themselves when they are done eating. Lol. A.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
haha right
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
In 1945 a Navy crew was traveling on the USS Indianapolis when they were struck by Japanese torpedoes. The ship was carrying 1,200 people. About 900 were thrown into the water as the ship sank. The enemy had left, but the men who survived were now floating aimlessly in the middle of the ocean. They had no idea they attracted another foe. Before they knew it, hundreds of sharks surrounded them and began feasting on the dead bodies. Once they were through with those they began to attack the living. Many of the men lost their lives to shark attacks and other issues such as drowning and dehydration. By the time help came only 300 living men were left. A.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
The piece of teeth that was found on a whale carcass was put along a meglodon tooth and it fit exactly. Now that's proof.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
In 1945 a navy crew was traveling on the USS Indianapolis when they were struck by Japanese torpedoes. The ship was carrying 1,200 people. About 900 were thrown into the water as the ship sank. The enemy had left, but the men who survived were now floating aimlessly in the middle of the ocean. They had no idea they had attracted another foe. Before they knew it, hundreds of sharks surrounded them and began feasting on the dead bodies. Once they were through with those they began to attack the living. Many of the men lost their lives to shark attacks and other issues such as drowning and dehydration. By the time help came only 300 living men were left. Think of them as
" cleaners" of the ocean. A.
Faizan khawaja
Faizan khawaja - 3 years ago
What do you guys think that does titanaboa,hidden dinosaurs in caves of mountains actually exist . Nobody can tell but I think they exist . Megalodon do exist because there have been alot of sighting videos on it but nobody knows about dunkleosteus he was also a very terrifying prehistoric monster . What about lochness monster and legendary serpent ?
LJ F
LJ F - 3 years ago
Only last year they found 2 new species of ape and monkey, and thats on land.. imagine whats down there!!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+LJ F I know, I can just imagine
LJ F
LJ F - 3 years ago
Megalodon' s LIVE!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+LJ F I think it's possible
Ghulamnabiroonjha Ghulamnabi
Ghulamnabiroonjha Ghulamnabi - 3 years ago
Nice
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yes thanks :)
ireneusz ireneusz
ireneusz ireneusz - 3 years ago
two words POLAR SHARK
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
never heard of one of those
extreme shark208 isaiah
extreme shark208 isaiah - 3 years ago
I'm a kid and I know lots about the megalodon
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
That's awesome ! Thanks for commenting
Mik H
Mik H - 3 years ago
Submarine sharks! Wow, they must be under water sharks, as opposed to air sharks or land sharks.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
haha yea I'll have to consult a sharknado expert.
Mik H
Mik H - 3 years ago
Yes of course. Though im not sure what type of sharks are in sharknados. LOLs ;)
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
haha and don't forget sharknados lol I didn't mean it like that
Vera Rain
Vera Rain - 3 years ago
With whale sharks they have a wide mouth but it seemed to have a point. I thought this would be BS but they are pure vids and is scaring the s@$t out of me!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
You have to respect the ocean and these animals for sure and be careful when you encounter them,
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Its cool to explore but have to respect the ocean
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
the ocean is not our territory for sure
Brandon Roberts
Brandon Roberts - 3 years ago
539 and other times again Greenland sharks
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yea
Brandon Roberts
Brandon Roberts - 3 years ago
Alot of Greenland sharks in here
burants
burants - 3 years ago
I can hear the guy in the Kayak saying "OH SHIT" from here
David Stuckey
David Stuckey - 3 years ago
All these clips have been recycled from other videos?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+David Stuckey its a collection
Thea N.
Thea N. - 3 years ago
We gonna bring it to extinction before we discover it anyway.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Thea N. True N sad
Ghost9676
Ghost9676 - 3 years ago
Wrong! There are 5% of underwater animals discovered, 94% of species not discovered
So megalodon can't live in Mariana Trench.
Because megalodon has a lifetime of 2 million years ago,
The length of a megalodon is 18 meters long.
Only whale shark is the worlds biggest whale in the world.
But megalodon's fossils really found.
Yet megalodon's didn't exist anymore because of the end of the life of the dinosaurs.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
so much more to see :|
Adam Dale
Adam Dale - 3 years ago
The shark shown around the 7:30 mark is easily identifiable by its dorsal fin. It is a porbeagle shark swimming in calm water with almost no waves (more like small calm ripples). The sea rescue clip shows a digitally added creature. Those that are of actual sharks in this video do not show anything close to what a megalodon would look like. As megalodons closest living relative is the great white, there would be some similarity in the fins. None however match that description
Jerry Ng
Jerry Ng - 3 years ago
fisrt thing first megalodon is actually 60 feet maximum 40 feet could be a baby
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
still so big could you imagine seeing this up close
Miirella Joziich
Miirella Joziich - 3 years ago
megalodon is 18-23 meters long...so thet is only white shark 6-10 meters long.
No Stress
No Stress - 3 years ago
Imagine how hard is for these believers to have only “estimates” or blurry videos. Not a single 1080h video of this shark, or yeti or ufo. And so they spend their hole life just believing...
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
It's interesting that you say that. I have read that submarines in WW2 have experienced things in their radar that they can't explain and sounds, loud sounds that also cannot be explained.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Some of these videos are real. Maybe not all but some are, yes. It's odd that we didn't hear anything after that documentary. I'm going to try and find out. I'm dying to find out. Will get back to you on that one. A
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
same thoughts
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I would like for them to continue their findings and all the research. I wonder what happened after the show?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
same
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Megaladon, the monster shark lives! That's what started it all. This man went out of his way to try and prove that there's something to all that he tried to prove that he was on to something big. To put your name out there takes guts. I loved it and I truly believe that there's something to all of this.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
could you imagine seeing you in person
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
You suck, I think your right. They do not need to feed often. So they will come up to feed then disappear back down to "The Abyss". I love that movie, by the way. I just wish they had concrete evidence to their existence. But again the ocean is endless. How many more species are down there. It's exciting just to think about what is up in the sky and down in the sea. A.<>
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
You know the movie "The Abyss" well anything can live under the sea. I love that movie by the way.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
pretty cool movie i remember from when i was a ki
Kevin Gordon
Kevin Gordon - 3 years ago
Yes. I've seen some of them. 14 miles out in the red sea. Of course they exist.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
pretty cool
Tony Taylor
Tony Taylor - 3 years ago
the video with the guy in the water and something huge swims by, thats probably the best proof that theres definately something up
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
You are not the only one who says it's the best evidence
MrNolimitech
MrNolimitech - 3 years ago
Scientists do not think anything about megalodon, because they think they disappeared 2.5 to 5 million years ago. Moreover, every object in the water seems bigger from the outside, because the light is deviated.
Once again, half of scientists believe one thing and others believe the opposite. You take your opinions and perceptions according to what suits you. (It's valid for everyone)
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Yes, thank you. That is why I encourage discussion so we can all exchange ideas and maybe actually help learn more or figure things out.
Smilies2013
Smilies2013 - 3 years ago
We haven't explored the whole ocean, but in 2017 we have mobile phones that makes better videos.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Smilies2013 doing my best
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I'm watching a documentary of shark attacks that inspired the movie "Jaws" in June of 1916. There were no attacks in the U.S. at the time. Nobody took it seriously. It was a Grey White. They never heard of a shark eating or attacking people at that time. One man was attacked so bad that when they pulled him out of the water he was very light because the shark took both legs and half of his abdomen. After that, everybody panicked. After that they were killing every shark they saw. A.
Santino Casarella
Santino Casarella - 3 years ago
I do believe in megaladon but I'm just saying that the third clip has been proven to be a basking shark look up basking sharks close up satellite images and you'll see the resemblance
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Ver yanke, I'm sorry but I don't understand what you mean. Please explain. Thanx. A.
Logan Tondevold
Logan Tondevold - 3 years ago
that is probably just a big sleeper shark, its not uncommon to see them this big or this deep
Logan Tondevold
Logan Tondevold - 3 years ago
:)
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
thank for commenting and sharing
Ray Rasalan
Ray Rasalan - 3 years ago
Most of them are Baskin Sharks.  The others ?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yea good question. Maybe big whites
Stefan Veenstra
Stefan Veenstra - 3 years ago
Megalodon does not exist.
They lived in coastal regions.
Their body couldn't sustain waterpressure beyond 1500 meters deep.
There isn't enough nourishment to sustain a habitable life-style.

If they were still around, there would've been a lot more recorded sightings, whale carcasses and shipwrecks throughout history.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
perhaps. Thank you for sharing your thoughts
Davide Pereira
Davide Pereira - 3 years ago
Well, its known that sharks grow up till they die so, if a shark gets old enough, he can reach like 12f, 15 f or even 40f like u said on ur video
RØDEPØLSER DK
RØDEPØLSER DK - 3 years ago
Good vid, keep up the good work
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
:) I am so glad I can do that
RØDEPØLSER DK
RØDEPØLSER DK - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 well u just put a smile on my, have a nice day
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
thank you so much :) put a smile on my face today. That means alot
BlackconduitFPV
BlackconduitFPV - 3 years ago
Megabollocks!
Paul Middleton
Paul Middleton - 3 years ago
i cant get over the size of the great shark shark they filmed with tape on floor wow any info on that any1
Anthony Arruda
Anthony Arruda - 3 years ago
Megladon no way but a great white up to about 35 feet yes
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
wow
Greybeard
Greybeard - 3 years ago
Shocker that a Catholic is so eager to believe in something with no evidence, creature or otherwise. smh I swear it’s a brain defect with these types.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Not believing but considering the fact that it could be true. It is called being open minded.
Greybeard
Greybeard - 3 years ago
Witness accounts are not evidence. People saw Christ rise from the grave. A township saw a leprechaun in a tree. People see what they want to see all the time, and are wrong most of the time, it’s proven science. I guess the world as it is just isn’t fascinating enough for people, which is kinda sad, really. Taking everything for granted and not finding wonder in a truly wonderful universe.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Witness accounts are considered some of the most solid evidence in court cases. We still don't know what is in the ocean because we have only seen 5% of it. That is not very much. I understand your point though and I agree.
loyal American
loyal American - 3 years ago
I can assure you that Megalodon does not exist there are way too many ships on the oceans and way too many people out there and they would be footage of it and there is none.... let's use some common sense people keep things in perspective.... if you want to know the answer to something just ask me I will tell you because I know it all.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
You are underestimating the size of the ocean. It covers 2 thirds of planet and we have only explored less than 5% of it. Only 1% of the bottom has been explored. I understand your point but still even with all human activity on the oceans we still have seen so little.
Gould Riley
Gould Riley - 3 years ago
It’s is a possibility the eggs of the sharks were trapped in a cave that barricaded once ate everything in the cave the giant shark bust out of the rocks. I’m just kidding but there was a 70ft shark seen in China by marine scientists
Shadowspacxz
Shadowspacxz - 3 years ago
Do people really want this shark to be real, why dont we deal with on land problems right now
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
just interesting to discuss
Brethren of Yeshua
Brethren of Yeshua - 3 years ago
I wish one can be found and verified with hard evidence. It's hard to take any video serious with CGI ruining evidence. But some of those were convincing.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
same here bad
Robin Butterfield
Robin Butterfield - 3 years ago
Come on now!
Jenson White
Jenson White - 3 years ago
Tissue glance invisible time around function hunt analysis sheet physical form.
Daryl Spiewak II
Daryl Spiewak II - 3 years ago
O.k. it be different if you have something more then a shadow under water, and a fin out of water, with nothing next to it to prove its size and if it is a megadon shark we looking at and not a great white, or killer whale, or some other fish with a back fin.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
its speculative i know
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
So I'm not the only one that watched it! So you think everyone in that documentary was acting, performing? Why would they do that? But then again what happened after it all? Then they should have made a movie! I don't know. CR 2.0 what do you think?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I think to some extent
Ben S W O L O
Ben S W O L O - 3 years ago
A lot of these r sleeper sharks that can grow larger than great white and move slow and live in deep waters in antartic waters. The largest sleeper shark was found off of Tokyo and was almost 8 metres I’m pretty sure and I’m just seeing a ton of sleeper. It’s just not possible for it to be alive today it died out because the cold temperatures that came and a lot of these shots r taken in cold waters u will not find megaladon at the bottom of the ocean it’s too cold and deep that’s not how it lived and unless u go out and record a shark as big as a blue whale there’s no evidence.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 they have the documentary on shark week. Please look for it
Its very interesting. It will make you think that maybe, just maybe there's some truth to this.
Michael Hood
Michael Hood - 3 years ago
When I fish the fish catch me
tcorrellii
tcorrellii - 3 years ago
You can take a video of a Guppy really close-up, and it will look like this.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
i guess
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 Any updates? Please if so I would love to hear about it!
Zerrin Uşma
Zerrin Uşma - 3 years ago
Malları
Yuvion Kinder
Yuvion Kinder - 3 years ago
Andrea De Lad Fuente
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
New video today kinda summing up reports and what has been going on recent years
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
When they have that documentary on the meglodon they were on to something. Has anyone seen it? If so you will understand what I mean. There were skeptics and were saying it's not possible while the other marine biologist had proof. Anyway, I wonder what happened after that. Does anyone know?
Miguel Angel Valle
Miguel Angel Valle - 3 years ago
the "scientist" is an actor and the whale corpse is cgi
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
never seen it myself
ParerDoXx _add
ParerDoXx _add - 3 years ago
The Music...
Abi987
Abi987 - 3 years ago
Bokx
Michael Hood
Michael Hood - 3 years ago
Tbe DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS THE
SHARK COMING TO EAT UP ALL
THE VOTES IN 2020 Presidential
Election
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
haha
MiNeCrAfT kInGs7-PLAYz —————— subscribe today
MiNeCrAfT kInGs7-PLAYz —————— subscribe today - 3 years ago
Megaladon are still real
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
i think its possible
Daniel Barnes
Daniel Barnes - 3 years ago
This proves nothing at all
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Its interesting to discuss
Rudy Can Do It
Rudy Can Do It - 3 years ago
If you thin what if the medallions were so deep down maybe in Marianas trench and the asteroid didn't affect them
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
interesting
Erik Brantly
Erik Brantly - 3 years ago
None of the sharks shown resembles megalodon.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I hear so many descriptions on megalodon
RANDOM WORLD
RANDOM WORLD - 3 years ago
it's a whale shark
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
its so big
DENNIS BROWN
DENNIS BROWN - 3 years ago
scientist once said that I giant squid couldn't exist while they do. and they also said that other species don't exists. and look at what's now being caught in the oceans species of aquatic animals that were believed to be extinct. so never underestimate what's out there. a Megalodon shark can exist.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
never say never
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
The shark they call submarine is very large as well. If anyone wants to disagree with me that s fine but please don't disrespect me. A.
Byron Taylor
Byron Taylor - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente yes it is submarine is the one eho is being mistakin and being called the megladon and another called a sleeper shark is very large as well
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
i love discussing it
Carlo Joker
Carlo Joker - 3 years ago
woooow...!!!!????,,Amazing Video!! Lol
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
thank you lol
Todd Zimbouski
Todd Zimbouski - 3 years ago
7:35 u can almost see the white under the jaw, could be one?. I believe their out there, if giant squid could get that big there's definitely meglodon size sharks ta feed on them
Solid Snake
Solid Snake - 3 years ago
Good
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
thank you :)
gabe briggs
gabe briggs - 3 years ago
learn some fakes lot of these are different sources....
Trishanu Ray
Trishanu Ray - 3 years ago
Thats not a whale shark. What kind of skark is it??
And the cage one , boy its parasites big as a man.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
very big right
808Tornado
808Tornado - 3 years ago
maybe..
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yes who knows right
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Possumlove, that's true but there's not much whaling now. And there's witnesses going back many, many years. So???
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
good point for sure
Vicente Shields
Vicente Shields - 3 years ago
As big and deep as the ocean is if the megalodon was to still exist and has been surviving I think we should be worried about what the fuck else is in there... If it's possible for a huge shark to thrive without being spotted as proof for all of us then I would be willing to bet a lot more huge "monsters" are thriving as well. Human kind has been altering everything around us so long I'm sure species not yet discovered know how to and do hide from human interaction and might be a key reason they survive therefore new generations of these species would likely learn this as a survival instinct and continue to be forever elusive
Azren Hodzic
Azren Hodzic - 3 years ago
when these guys was about to be safed and if i was there and saw that thing i could run on the water trust me
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
scary for real even if its a whale
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Mr. Luuk Gobel, I do research before I write because a lot of what they say and see could be just nonsense but in this case I'm scratching my head the there has to be a lot more to this shark. The whale shark is the biggest fish in the sea. Yet people don't see them often. Only when they come up to eat then disappear again. Why can't the meglodon do the same? I enjoy reading your comment. You know what your talking about. I know I'm not talking to someone stupid. But, maybe just maybe a couple of animals survived and got away. Do you think that it might be possible? Just because we don't see them doesn't mean they are not there . They could of adapted to their environment underneath our noses. But the meglodon has been seen and spoken about many, many years ago.
chad humphries
chad humphries - 3 years ago
wtf I didn't see one giant shark
Rob Roberts
Rob Roberts - 3 years ago
exactly why I dont kayak in the ocean.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
same here
NEMESIS INVIDIA
NEMESIS INVIDIA - 3 years ago
Too bad
20WideAwake17
20WideAwake17 - 3 years ago
20 ft+ sharks exist. No big deal.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
ocean is pretty wild
Thomas Winter
Thomas Winter - 3 years ago
LETS NOT COFUSE IT WITH THE WHALE SHARK
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
big either way
Maggie Pendle
Maggie Pendle - 3 years ago
This could be a basking shark. Just a little bit smaller than a whale shark but with no spots on it's back. They eat plankton like their slightly larger cousins, the whale sharks and are often prone to travel into shallow waters. Non aggressive.
lazerbunny9
lazerbunny9 - 3 years ago
we only discovered 5% of the ocean sooo...... the Megaloadon could still be alive
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
i agree
Sebastian Gaspar
Sebastian Gaspar - 3 years ago
Every object that you put under the water may look bigger than its normal size. Just because of the angle how do look into it. But if you look on the top view, well that's what makes you think that what you "see" is/are big enough for you to conclude in something "you saw a huge thing". But anyway nice try brother... cheers...
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
You make valid points
Robert James
Robert James - 3 years ago
The thumbnail pretty much sets the tone for this silliness
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
its takes courage to venture into the unknown
maxime valmigere
maxime valmigere - 3 years ago
Mégalodon requin géand il non pas de prédateur et assez à manger depuis des milliers d'années alors pourquoi il ni en aurait plus haujourdui ???
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
wi
Xristos Thymiakis
Xristos Thymiakis - 3 years ago
Hahahaha! Ridiculous... The shark we see here is the one with a big mouth and no teeth! It's really known shark and is not a dangerous one. Ok, we see also some white sharks
Xristos Thymiakis
Xristos Thymiakis - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 There's a black white shark like, creepy shark and leaves around Greenland's waters
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Ive heard of a giant black shark, maybe a white shark with skin mutation. Have you heard of it?
Taylor's Coop
Taylor's Coop - 3 years ago
fortunately, the videos are all so impossibly bad, that it is obviously BS.
PyroDamn Xbox Live
PyroDamn Xbox Live - 3 years ago
Baskin shark.
Raymond van der Made
Raymond van der Made - 3 years ago
That lived milions of year ago? The world is bot more than aprox 6000 years old!
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
The Easter bunny exist as well
LOL!!! No it doesn't. He rides with the aliens.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
haha
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Why do some of you take this as a joke. I understand those that don't care about animals and how interesting these videos, witnesses and photos don't make you wonder what if?? Don't you want to learn about amazing discoveries that are being done and being discovered every day all over the world. Pyramids for example. Your not even a little bit curious?
luuk gobel
luuk gobel - 3 years ago
The black demon shark is a myth just like the monster of lochness. Without any good video proof I wouldnt believe a megalodon (black demon) would exist in these days. The only things worth eating for something that big would be things like whales, killer whales maybe even another big great white shark (5-7 meters). All those animals live pretty high up in the ocean so it would be close to impossible to havent even encounterd 1 in the wild. Also it should be almost impossible for a megalodon to survive whatever happend to the earth. Scientist think because of different levels of acid that came in the water (in preastoric times) smaller fish died, meaning of that larger fish then that die because of the imbalance of the eco system. The only known fishes (right now) that have survived these events are about 1-3 meters. This kind of a fish couldnt be enough food for a megalodon and even those fish are there in really small numbers. I would love to see that something like a megalodon exists, but im afraid its just 1 big myth. Sorry for my shitty English I hope you understand most of it.
MagelyconNL
MagelyconNL - 3 years ago
the most shark what you see, is 6m a 7m long. and the most shark on this video is not a megalon. the nose is different
isellbeer
isellbeer - 3 years ago
How do I know that dorsal fin is 6 feet out of the water?! Just because there’s a graphic on the screen that reads it doesn’t mean it’s true.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
many say that
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Ken Berri, so you are saying that it is possible for a Megalodon or very large marine animal could live or still exist in the ocean? Thank u for your input. I also believe it as well. Who knows what else might be living in the ocean today! It's a lot of water for many, many other species to live in.
JOÃOZÃO ANGELO
JOÃOZÃO ANGELO - 3 years ago
Melhor você parar de gravar video
JOÃOZÃO ANGELO
JOÃOZÃO ANGELO - 3 years ago
VOcê é um ideota
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
love shark :)
Desi Duncan
Desi Duncan - 3 years ago
Dang !!!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
so big!
yam0415
yam0415 - 3 years ago
If this is true...who’s filming it? Why the footage is so cinematic?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
im passionate about the subject
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Sorry CR 2.0
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
no worries :)
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
CR 2.1 please share what you uncovered on the latest find on the shark please. I'm so interested to hear the latest. A.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
working as we speak..
Christian Rios
Christian Rios - 3 years ago
I think the Megalodon is real
Christian Rios
Christian Rios - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 hell yea
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Christian Rios could you imagine seeing one in person
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Please stop thinking I'm on drugs or I'm making this up. I'm not going to look like an idiot. I take my time and write from research before sharing it to you. So please give me a break.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Andrea De La Fuente sorry there are a lot of close minded people in the crowd
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Did anyone look it up and believe that there might be a shark that could be Megalodon? They call it the Black Demon Shark. Anyone????
Big Oof
Big Oof - 3 years ago
Nah black demon sharks are small. Known for jumping onto boats in Mexico bay.
But the big species your looking for are Greenland sleeper sharks.
Zerrin Uşma
Zerrin Uşma - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente
Byron Taylor
Byron Taylor - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente its called submarine
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Andrea De La Fuente I found some cool info on it.
Gale Christensen
Gale Christensen - 3 years ago
Unfortunately, the problem with all these "evidence" videos is scale. It's always scale. They've already identified a few of these videos as being small, well known sharks an the scale estimate was hugely skewed. That one with the brown shark, that not a 7 foot crab trap, nor is it a 40 foot shark. It's a small fish trap, maybe 3 feet, and the shark is probably 6 to 8 feet. And all the videos shot in open water, again with nothing for proper scale, it could be a shark anywhere from a foot long to 100 feet, depending on the focus length of the camera lens. Sure, there are undoubtedly LOTS of things in the ocean we haven't seen and know nothing about. Heck, it's a proven fact we know more about the moon than we do 70% of our own planet. But, until clear video is captured with multiple reference points to prove correct scale, all the video footage in the world won't prove anything. By the way, I loved that show "Megaladon: The monster shark lives" where you got so much of this footage. That one was one of the better efforts I've ever seen for a monster hunt show.
Von Kreuger
Von Kreuger - 3 years ago
Great White cant even reach 40ft the fact that you said its from "Mariana Trench" just makes it more implausible tbh
Von Kreuger
Von Kreuger - 3 years ago
The shark on the 7 foot so crab trap is a Sleeper Shark
Kimmi McKnight
Kimmi McKnight - 3 years ago
Scale would definitely help prove the size...hello....
Bruno Monteiro
Bruno Monteiro - 3 years ago
the big ones are not normal sharks but are whale sharks hahah omg
Brad Daily
Brad Daily - 3 years ago
If the trap is actually only 3ft wide and the shark looks 40ft next to a 7ft trap, how do u get a 6 to 8ft shark if the trap is almost half of the 7ft mark. Wouldnt that make the shark close to 15 to 20 ft? I mean if we are talking about scale
Joe Bloggs
Joe Bloggs - 3 years ago
I think the question is not one of scale but proof, we see the footage on here but why nowhere else, if sharks shown here are as huge as suggested then why is there no evidence, sure most probably wouldn't make it to a beach but some would.
Track Diesel
Track Diesel - 3 years ago
done believe gale, all bark no proof. prove your words
Israel Behar
Israel Behar - 3 years ago
yoir videos are thebest
Matthew Maxcy
Matthew Maxcy - 3 years ago
Gale Christensen wrong that's a crab pod and they are massive.
Jason Clark
Jason Clark - 3 years ago
agreed
Absolutely Pro
Absolutely Pro - 3 years ago
Watch out here comes a scientist. Bet you didn’t even know that clip was filmed in the Mariana Trench. And it was 40ft. Just not a great white
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Gale Christensen thanks so much for sharing your thoughts. I liked that show too
Dan The-Man
Dan The-Man - 3 years ago
That big dorsal fin is likely a shark, and the big one at the rescue site, probably a whale...or a whale shark!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Dan The-Man so big tho!
08mraskew
08mraskew - 3 years ago
Here's a thought.....shark comes that close? Put an actual camera, um I don't know, UNDER WATER maybe? Wherever these vids are taken the water seems pretty shallow, so it's not ocean shots ,why do we need to be mystified so badly, whale sharks are beautiful enough to fill us with wonderment
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I understand trust me. I wish these people did the same thing. I would imagine in the heat of the moment it's hard to think of all these things. I agree too whale sharks are so amazing and definitely a sight to behold. I would love to see them with my own eyes someday
Hazel cooper
Hazel cooper - 3 years ago
The shark that was 42ft wasn't a megaldon it was a baskin shark you can tell by the shape of its nose... the majority of the sharks in this was either a fully grown great white or a baskin shark. Also baskin sharks are bigger than great whites but only way plankton and krill
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
thanks for info, thats a very large shark. Those basking sharks must scare people often
Kyrille James Acosta
Kyrille James Acosta - 3 years ago
3rd vid, megamouth shark
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
the mega mouth is something pretty wild inst it
Kyrille James Acosta
Kyrille James Acosta - 3 years ago
most of them
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Black Demon of the Sea.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
def researching this right now
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
J Harvey I'm not fabricating anything. Look it up. I'm sure of what I read. They even have witnesses. I know what I read and saw. Look it up. Why are you fast to say it's not possible. LOOK IT UP!!!! A.
AWESOME NOT AWESOME
AWESOME NOT AWESOME - 3 years ago
Ok witness i also witnessed hitler day what he is doing is right so that makes it true
Sasquatch Alleged
Sasquatch Alleged - 3 years ago
Witnesses? LOL Come on!
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
T3Kno X please look it up. Yes, they say it's very big. I couldn't believe it.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 please do. It's very interesting. There's people who have seen it.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I am now lol
Michelle Audencial
Michelle Audencial - 3 years ago
That already a large shraks in the word and who would already existed the Sharks
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
true why not a Megalodon somewhere. maybe only one or two left
иван грозный
иван грозный - 3 years ago
2 акула сзади плавает так как будто от бодуна с утра отходит
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+иван грозный us
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Did anyone hear about the black demon shark? They say that it's so big that it might be Megalodon. I read about it. It's a very big shark. Check it out!
Big Oof
Big Oof - 3 years ago
themightykhan2 LOL
themightykhan2
themightykhan2 - 3 years ago
i read about nazis living on the moon.. that does not make it true.... although it might be lol
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Andrea De La Fuente I'm definitely checking this out
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Amanda Verallo sorry, misspelled your name. Where are you from?
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Amenda Verallo.
PCOM1
PCOM1 - 3 years ago
Without points of reference some of these clips could be showing sharks of any size. I wouldn't be surprised if there were bigger sharks out there somewhere but these are not evidence of them.
PCOM1
PCOM1 - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 - no disrespect intended. I love the subject as much as you.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I'll try harder
PCOM1
PCOM1 - 3 years ago
I do have a good imagination and I'd truly love to see real proof of such creatures. Its just that the video evidence shown is insufficient.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I admit you have to use your imagination somewhat but that is the absisi of all amazing discoveries.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
When I said love I meant live. Read it again. Now read it with the word live. Auto correct spelling. LIVE...
Neddskorg
Neddskorg - 3 years ago
Why not simply edit your original post?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
i knew what you meant . I do that alot too. lol
Ashley Fellowes
Ashley Fellowes - 3 years ago
Megaladon shark, so where is the evidence then all I can see is measurements that cannot be proved, this shark died out a very long time ago, it never ceases to amaze me that people try to convince YouTube watcher's that what we are seeing is for real.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I love to learn and discuss the topic is all
Scott Serson
Scott Serson - 3 years ago
WTF am I suppose to see?! I see nothing
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I thought they were cool videos idk. A lot of people like them , I know its
Beam Me Up
Beam Me Up - 3 years ago
Enjoyed the video.....but the muzak SUCKED!!!!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Beam Me Up thanks for feedback. Not the most polite way to tell someone you do not like the music though. Still appreciate tho
Elena Grundy
Elena Grundy - 3 years ago
.
Elena Grundy
Elena Grundy - 3 years ago
like the video
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Elena Grundy thank you so much
Xp
Xp - 3 years ago
I'm sure there's shit down there we don't know about
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Ok, check this out.. Black Demon shark hangs out off the Mexican coast. He's about 20-60 feet long. Weighs 50-100,000lbs. Resembled a great white but has a dark coloration with an monstrous tail. Could it be Megalodon? You tell me?????
Jericka Wallace
Jericka Wallace - 3 years ago
Jamboz yes thats true
Jamboz
Jamboz - 3 years ago
It was a whale shark they mistook it for a megaladon
Scott Rock
Scott Rock - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente 20 to 60 ft is a big ass gap. Kinda makes me think someone don't know how to measure or can't judge size or weight. Probably 25 ft is more like it..
Scott Rock
Scott Rock - 3 years ago
Canyon McDaniel You mean they don't grow to 60 ft. Your comment sounds like they dont go deeper than 60 ft. But No they don't grow that big anymore and Thank God too because if they did I damn sure wouldn't EVER go in or on the ocean ever again.
Canyon McDaniel
Canyon McDaniel - 3 years ago
Sharks don’t go to 60 feet
Scott Rock
Scott Rock - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente okay well first off I saw your other comment too the ocean is a big place however, man has been in submarines since the civil war Andrea, and if a 60ft shark was still out there don't you think that small submarine would be a tasty snack for something that huge?? It's no secret that there are huge sharks in the oceans but a megladon?? Seriously!! And 20 ft to 60 ft is a big gap as well
Alberto Vela
Alberto Vela - 3 years ago
something that size still not recorded? you tell me
Roshow Elias
Roshow Elias - 3 years ago
And he is ridden by the Easter Bunny.
Christian Rios
Christian Rios - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente maybe
J Harvey
J Harvey - 3 years ago
20 to 60 feet long? you aren't too sure about what you're trying to fabricate are you?
Santiago Rodriguez Guillen
Santiago Rodriguez Guillen - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente stop saying Mexico, you have enough with Jesus in tortillas, and the goat sucker
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Andrea De La Fuente sounds like descriptions of what they think Megalodon may have looked like.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
She would of been a snack for a Megalodon bit what about the one they call the "Black Demon Shark"?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
never heard of that one
Carla Erispe
Carla Erispe - 3 years ago
This a very cool shark
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
i love sharks
Mr. Nice guy!
Mr. Nice guy! - 3 years ago
Obviously a total moron made this video.
Itachi Uchiha
Itachi Uchiha - 3 years ago
Hey guys when i was going england from portugal from plane i saw Megaladon in the sea
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
That's awesome! Was it as big as they say? When was this?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
amazing!!!! did you get pics?
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Any updates please let me know.
Renée Mae
Renée Mae - 3 years ago
Hi.
Is there any updates available as of yet? Thank You for sharing this. Hugs. And Merry Christmas too All Here. Hugs.
Amanda Verallo
Amanda Verallo - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
still working on it
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I meant God in a good way. I'm catholic. Anyway, thanks for all the feedback. Isn't it so interesting these videos? It makes you think of all other things that haven't even been discovered yet. Ocean, land and sky!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
so much to discover :)
vincent de paul
vincent de paul - 3 years ago
Its a humpback whale pls.dont exage video...
Jim Yost
Jim Yost - 3 years ago
Whale Sharks can grow to be 40 ft. long, so this is certainly nothing worth making a video about.
Jesus ruiz
Jesus ruiz - 3 years ago
.
hercules colon
hercules colon - 3 years ago
whale shark.
CRsVette II
CRsVette II - 3 years ago
Oh wow, golly gee! I see a dark object with a dorsal fin! And a dead right whale on the beach! Must be extra-terrestrials...or at least a megalodon!
William Sheehan
William Sheehan - 3 years ago
I have a megaladon
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yea me too
Hardik Saxena
Hardik Saxena - 3 years ago
i wish its real
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
it would be amazing to see one if it was or to go back in time :)
Adrian Graham
Adrian Graham - 3 years ago
Whale sharks. That’s all any of that was. Morons
James Simmons
James Simmons - 3 years ago
95 percent of the oceans haven't been explored? Really? They certrainly have been thoroughly mapped and charted. I wonder what you mean by "explored".

My other comment is regarding your statement that a big fish was "taped". I presume you mean video tape? Most of us use solid state mediums now for video recording. Are you quite sure tape was used or are you just saying that because of habit?
Flabby man
Flabby man - 3 years ago
The megalodon can only live in the marina trench
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
there is video from there that shows an unbelievably large shark on video. It is on my channel.
Kent Power
Kent Power - 3 years ago
to me, all sharks are terrifying. I wouldn't be able to distinguish a megalodon from a baby tiger shark if I was out diving.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
haha same here if i see a shark within a mile of me thats basically a shark attack lol
070ruben
070ruben - 3 years ago
no esta la imagen de portada
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+070ruben me either
WATCH TOWER
WATCH TOWER - 3 years ago
Megalodon sharks no longer exist anymore than the lockness monster does.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Johnny Ringo maybr who knows. Ocean is so big
Conner P
Conner P - 3 years ago
This is a hoax, many of these and basin sharks, and the first was a 6 gilled something shark
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Many were not identified but many have different theories including even megalodon. Thanks for discussing the topic
Marisol Sanchiz
Marisol Sanchiz - 3 years ago
Pimp note......... Tiburón?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Oh whats that?
Marisol Sanchiz
Marisol Sanchiz - 3 years ago
Ingles Shark
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
We need more sightings!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yes please!!
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Marisol, hola, como estas? Udsted entiende lo que estamos hablando? Que piensa De los tiburones que historia dice que estan muerto pero posiblemente estan todavia excistiendo?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Gracias
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Dreambro, I think your right. I said that as well. Meglodon would have been a carnevour, I think. It would have to come up to eat like a great white would do. That's what I find strange. There should be a lot more sightings. So.......??
Possumlove
Possumlove - 3 years ago
Ancient Megalodon fed mainly on whales as evidenced by damage to fossil whale bones. I doubt they would change their diet much as a shark that size would need massive amounts of fat in their diet. In other words whale blubber. If Megalodon was still in existence whalers would have seen them as they would have been in direct competition with them and their preferred food source. Since whaling lasted into the age of photography and early crude filming we would also have photos and possibly a ancient grainy video or two.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Maybe there is something else that never comes up that it eats like giant squid which are very rare to find
kirby90210
kirby90210 - 3 years ago
Some of the sharks in the video are clearly greenland sharks. You can tell by the flesh texture.
Kevin Crowe
Kevin Crowe - 3 years ago
Misidentified species most basking sharks or whale sharks or the lesser seen deep sea sleeper shark . I agree the ocean is very big and very deep and there maybe a species of very large shark we have not identified yet,but no conclusive evidence yet..
Rick Blain
Rick Blain - 3 years ago
Sorry, but..."submarine sharks"??? As opposed to what: SHARKNADO?
Rick Blain
Rick Blain - 3 years ago
Neither have I, and I have no intention to do so.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
haha still havent seen that movie yet. Worth it?
MrRafterPL
MrRafterPL - 3 years ago
Shark's fin above water surface is nothing if you cannot compare lenght with something else. Might be megalodon or dog shark as well
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+MrRafterPL it is hard to tell I agree. Very fascinating though isn't it.
Dark Wolf Emryn
Dark Wolf Emryn - 3 years ago
The first one (the one where the fin and stuff sweeps past the camera underwater, at the very start) just in case you have seen it on a Megalodon is real compilation video, it isn't a Megalodon. It's a sweeper shark. Btw this isn't hate I'm just pointing it out
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Dark Wolf Emryn thanks for info. Never heard of a sweeper shark before
Roy Patterson
Roy Patterson - 3 years ago
In the picture where you show a kayak that is 14 ft long, and the shark is not 42 ft by you length chart, it's is wrong, it's more like 30 ft! And your "42 ft line is longer than the shark is, so your marks aren't accurate. Lol
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Roy Patterson I took perspective into account by I feel ya. . Thanks for commenting
Roy Patterson
Roy Patterson - 3 years ago
And the picture with the submarines that shows 64 foot is Photoshoped without a doubt, so I don't know why that's in here, unless you did it as an example of how big a Megalodon shark with look.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Roy Patterson I'm just a huge fan. I try to cover everything. I'll keep working to make videos better.
Roy Patterson
Roy Patterson - 3 years ago
You say that black spots on the back are associated with whale sharks, which you say you don't see, but that's because you don't have a clear visual of the shark, or whatever it is. So how can you say you don't see any spots on its back when you can't see it clearly? I do believe that there's things we've never seen before, which oceanographers and other people are finding new species of all different types of fish all the time, so you just don't know what's in those waters when 95% of it is unexplored. I'm a certified Scuba Diver, I've been since 1986, and I know how big this earth is and how much water is in it, so there's definitely things we don't think exists.
Abdurrahman Shaw
Abdurrahman Shaw - 3 years ago
This can grow up to 60 to 70 feet long
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I couldn't imagine seeing something that big in person. I've never really seen big whales.
Mega Mind
Mega Mind - 3 years ago
At 1.00 you clearly see that the tail fin is horizontal, meaning it's a whale of some sort and not a shark.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
actually that is the dorsal fin. This thing is so long it's tale doesn't come into the scene. It's very hard to tell but when i was editing this video it was easier to tell as I went through slowly.
James Debernardo
James Debernardo - 3 years ago
Considering how many species of sharks, especially the predators, are now endangered, how could the megalodon exist?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I can't answer that but you mention not enough food for the megalodon but we have only explored 1% ocean floor. Who is to say their isn't enough food. How do we know that ? Blue whales are still alive, and also giant squid, which is thought to food for megalodon. Just a thought. Thanks again for discussing it .
James Debernardo
James Debernardo - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 very true , and I m sure we'll discover many strange and impressive things as science makes more and more headway in the exploration of the world's ocean. The fact remains that there just isn't nearly enough food for a creature that large. So many of the oceans predators are endangered because of this lack of food, and the biggest of these is nowhere near as big as the megalodon supposed to be...so what would it live off of ?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
we have explored so little
donald hamilton
donald hamilton - 3 years ago
Stop the hammering!
donald hamilton
donald hamilton - 3 years ago
Stop the hammering!
Kashaf Baig
Kashaf Baig - 3 years ago
All of them spotted with a potato
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
rare potato camera high end stuff only lol
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Don Eliger, have you seen one since? A Bigfoot? That must of been scary, it was so close to you. You said there was more than one. How many? Wow, what a story!!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
crazy story i agree
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Frost Alfa, it's very interesting what you said.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
i thought so too
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
The possibilities are endless!!!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
i love learning more
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Tyron Davis, Dude.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
lmao
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I'm not on drugs "dude". You are just closed minded. Look at the big picture in your small world. Maybe, just maybe it would open your eyes to see more than what's in front of you. A.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
thank you
1dashcamboatsandcars
1dashcamboatsandcars - 3 years ago
Jaws
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
one of my favorites, would you guess that? lol
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Yes, Ken Berrie, your right! What could be under that ice will be a huge discovery! I can or can't imagine. That's fascinating!!!
Marquelle Anthony
Marquelle Anthony - 3 years ago
Dude I'm reading the comments, and all I see is you agreeing with everything Andrea says.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
so fascinating i agree
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I'm getting off the ocean and into forests and mountains that has not " thank God " been touched by man. Or destroyed by deforestation and what else humans think they own the planet without thinking of all the animals in and out of the water we hurt. In it are animals who haven't been seen yet. Maybe its not their time to be seen. What upsets me the most is what we do to those we find. Either we hunt them down or we bother their unharmed territory. For all we know there's probably a "Skull Island" or a " Jurassic park " or even a " Tarzan" what do you think? Maybe? Possibility? Why not?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
good comment. I agree, The way we have treated this planet is very sad. Anything that cannot speak , gets no voice.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Please keep me posted. I would be looking forward to seeing it. Thank you so much! A.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
You're very welcome A :)
Dan Florin Vizireanu
Dan Florin Vizireanu - 3 years ago
I am sure thats an great white shark at the part with helicopter not an giant monster or unknown creature.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
huge great white
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
When you get a chance can you please answer my question, I'm happy to find out if you have any current update
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Andrea De La Fuente I'm always looking for updates. Towards the middle of the month there will be a special feature update
Michael Smulkowski
Michael Smulkowski - 3 years ago
They now have purely scientific evidence that there were originally two Megalodon Sharks no more no less and they breaded like Adam and Eve and out come the entire fossil record.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
carcharodon and carcharocles
Tae Lyn Allison
Tae Lyn Allison - 3 years ago
please count the gill slits megalodons have 7 mondern day sharks have 5
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
thanks for the information. I did not know that
Grace Fernandez
Grace Fernandez - 3 years ago
This is some critical informatiom! Like this video!
Melvin Butler
Melvin Butler - 3 years ago
Yo we only explored like maybe 5 or 7 percent of the ocean we might not ever explore all of it there is more ocean than land homie so this video is bs from the start
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
what you said is exactly what i did smh
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Thank you for giving me a chance to speak about this subject. I've tried to talk to others in the subway and friends and they look at me like I'm crazy. Ghosts are also a good topic. But I love animals. That's a gift given to this world.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I just love the ocean so much
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 what spiked your interest of this topic? Did you see the documentary when 2 couples were filming the day and something bumps their boat and they found the footage. The lady is screaming shark, shark. I don't know but I would love to see "Real" proof.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Andrea De La Fuente love animals too
Alex Hansen
Alex Hansen - 3 years ago
The bites out of the great white look like they could be from Orca.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I don't believe there's a Loch Ness monster, the area is too small and there's not a good food source for it.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I think it is for tourism, they tried to see but the water is very murky and very little fish. If they told me there's a humongous ape in an island ( king kong) or ( Jurassic park) wouldn't you run at a chance to see it? I would!!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
good idea. that does make sense. I wonder if it is all for tourism.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
And if you notice they are all the way down to the ocean floor. Chile is big, but I see that a lot of these videos are from other sharks not Megalodon. The last one on top of the crab trap really has me thinking because it has 6 gills which if I'm right, 6gills means prehistoric. Am I right? Please correct me if I'm wrong.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
Yes six gills are prehistoric and still exist. That's why i don't understand why more people aren't open to the idea of finding a megalodon shark
Сергей Непогодин
Сергей Непогодин - 3 years ago
Мегалодон жив!!!!!!!!!!УРА!!!
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
The shot that they showed with the mechanical arms was shot in Chile, were I'm from. They are being seen every where.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I remember when I was young, my sister and I were in Miami beach in Florida. You walk into the warm water, it's the most beautiful experience in the world. Anyway, we would walk and walk and the water would remain on our waist and eventually the floor dropped and we were swimming. All of the sudden we felt something swimming in between our legs and around our backs and we looked at each other, I don't think I've ever swam so fast in my life. What was it? I don't know. It's scary to know what is out there underneath us in the ocean when we enter their domain.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
interesting thats crazy
Jonie walker
Jonie walker - 3 years ago
for everyone thinking that megalodon still exists it got extinct cause the water of the whole world became colder and...the closest relative to megalodon is the great white shark who lives in africa where the waters are warm
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
The great white and the megalodon once lived in the same oceans together at the same time period though. The great white still exists, so I feel like we should stay open to the idea of a megalodon shark; at least until we explore more of the oceans. Google some facts on how much of the ocean floor has been explored. or just how much the ocean has been explored in general. It's a shocking number.
veerendira kumar
veerendira kumar - 3 years ago
I am Pretty sure it was a Monster
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
some monstrous for sure thanks for commenting
John Worley
John Worley - 3 years ago
We have submarines that go to incredible depths and can stay down for over a year. This b.s. the NAVY,COAST GAURD and the NAOA puts out about we only know 10% or whatever is complete bullshit! I really can't believe anyone still believes this they been saying it for30 years. Submariners sign oaths of secrecy. I was in Diego Garcia island in the 80s A British controlled U.S. NAVY BASE and at that time there was a Hammerhead named HECTOR that was known by everyone well over 25 feet in length. There are a lot of things in the Oceans and Seas just like space that the military definitely wants to stay hidden! U.S. NAVY RETIRED AIRCREW COMBAT SEARCH and RESCUE.
Jimmy Raymond
Jimmy Raymond - 3 years ago
I'm never taking a bath again
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
haha good one lmao
Mr4twitch
Mr4twitch - 3 years ago
megaladon is dead and gone get over it
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
less than 1% of the ocean floor has been explored. Who is to say what is or isn't down there. Correct me if I''m wrong.
Lawney Malbrough
Lawney Malbrough - 3 years ago
3: 17; that's an impressive photo. You can clearly see how large the shark in the background is. If that' not a Megaladon I don't know what is. The submarine is a t least 260 feet in length. That's f it was a small one. Most were over 300 feet in those days.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
ok nice information thanks
Lawney Malbrough
Lawney Malbrough - 3 years ago
Most of these videos do not provide a decent sens of scale.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
it is hard to tell but wow still so impressive in size
Kim Vinicius
Kim Vinicius - 3 years ago
Péssimo!!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Kim Vinicius oh wow ok
Far33skii Tha Goat
Far33skii Tha Goat - 3 years ago
Song Name ?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Far33skii Thomas I'll look for you
Frost Alpha
Frost Alpha - 3 years ago
You all that megalodon is a active predator and will kill every thing in its way,,,plus this monster only swim's at the deep and dark ocean it will not seek for light ...these sharks on the video might be a new reptile that grown bigger from these experiment's on our ocean a for example like the nuke test..
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Frost Alpha very welcome. Have a great day
Frost Alpha
Frost Alpha - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 your most welcome sir for your reply and understanding ,, i am honoured for your relply....
Frost Alpha
Frost Alpha - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 yeah i know most people wont,but lets just help them fight the fear that its about to happene soon
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
I can but most people wont i feel like
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
yea very good point thank you for responding
Frost Alpha
Frost Alpha - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 lets just stick to the legend sir can you?
Frost Alpha
Frost Alpha - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 sorry sir but yes i can,, its just this creatures are so huge and you and i ..wont realy hope that its alive and not extinct yet, but it would be awesome if its still out there, and its best if its still a legendary creature because it wont be the best and good story if its already spill out from the ocean and everyone's mind
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Frost Alpha could you imagine real Godzilla
Jana Liebenberg
Jana Liebenberg - 3 years ago
Do you think megladon's stil live
there siko in town Gaming
there siko in town Gaming - 3 years ago
I thought your channel was all about research. Megalodons cannot exist due to short food supply at the depths that most people think Meg's live at. Megalodons tend to stay near the surface, as their main prey type was whales, which also stayed near the surface of the water. Another limiting factor for the Megalodon is that at depths there is not enough oxygen for them to survive.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Jana Liebenberg I kind of think it's possible and also that there are others that may be still alive or undiscovered species. I think this because we have only explored 5% of our oceans.
RIDEROFTHESTORM 5150
RIDEROFTHESTORM 5150 - 3 years ago
Think we're going to need a bigger boat
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+RIDEROFTHESTORM 5150 one of the best. Movies
Rocco Lassandro
Rocco Lassandro - 3 years ago
Ho mai god
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Rocco Lassandro very very large sharks
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Shaine Savoy I wish we explored more of the oceans
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Phillip Ashton lol good one
Tom Mabon
Tom Mabon - 3 years ago
The problem I see with a lot of the pictures is without a reference the size can't be judged
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Tom Mabon yea just can tell it's huge tho
Claudia M
Claudia M - 3 years ago
Ich habe nicht einen einzigen Hai gesehen der Megoldon sei könnte! Mehrere Riesenhaie habe ich gut erkannt sowie etliche Montagen!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Claudia M huh
Don Olinger
Don Olinger - 3 years ago
- The megalodon is the most likely cryptid to exist or so you or someone else says. I think Sasquatch has more sightings and is therefore the most likely to exist but I know it's real. When you wake up in the woods on two different campouts and there's an 8-foot tall or taller thing standing 18in away from you you tend to become a believer real fast. It was only me and a friend on two separate occasions. The first campout consisted of my best friend and I going camping on his uncle's farm. The second camping trip involved me and his older brother. We weren't there looking for sasquatch he found us. Maybe it was a he could have been a she who knows maybe it was a he she or just the opposite. There are probably hermaphroditic Sasquatch but that's irrelevant.

On both campouts we couldn't find a flashlight before we left. The campfire had died both times. It was barely glowing and there were no flames so it put out very little light. We camped in the woods on his uncle's farm and it was very dark where we were camping. Both times I hollered at my friend we've got company let's go. Nothing could normally sneak up on me or at least it couldn't when my intuition was still intact. I could be sound asleep and whatever was approaching me could be totally silent and I would still sense it and wake up. I didn't wake up either time until the thing was standing 18in from me. Native Americans say can vanish or appear at will right in front of your eyes. Apparently they can because that's the only explanation, I still woke because I sensed it. It should not have been able to do that to me.

I stood up immediately after calling to my friend and saying let's go. They each got up and followed me as I chased after the thing. The guns we had may have been a deterrent but they weren't firearms. There where many of them all around us and making an awful lot of noise. My Sheridan Silver Streak is a single shot .25 caliber pellet rifle virtually useless except as a club. Both times my friend had my machine gun BB gun and could have sprayed its eyes. There would have been a lot of eyes to spray since there were so many but we were only chasing one each time. We weren't running near as fast as we could but they are much faster than us anyway. I'm pretty sure our b@lls are what saved us.

We had a lot of crazy Adventures on that farm and experienced many paranormal things. We were 5 miles outside of Gratis Ohio on State Route 503, on the Richard Miley farm. Southwest Ohio took over from Oregon as the state with the most sightings for a long time. We had a lot of fun on that farm. I'm willing to bet that most people wouldn't have ever gone back for another camp out after either one of those experiences. We continued to camp for quite a few years after that on that farm.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Don Olinger thanks for sharing!!
Ludovik Taristass
Ludovik Taristass - 3 years ago
Putin sa me fou la trouille
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Ludovik Taristass que
John Martin
John Martin - 3 years ago
Sorry, it was clearly a whale shark and the slow one at the end was a greenland shark and those were the only good shots.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+John Martin unbelievably large animals
Michal Mego
Michal Mego - 3 years ago
I don't bellive This video.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Michal Mego it's speculative but very interesting to wonder
Templar Knight
Templar Knight - 3 years ago
Even more rare the sighting of another black president
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Templar Knight don't get me started on politics lol
Rowshan Alam
Rowshan Alam - 3 years ago
I don't know why I am watching this video
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Rowshan Alam I love sharks
Damien Speers
Damien Speers - 3 years ago
that one is a lemon shark likes the really cold water..
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Damien Speers lemon shark eh
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Maximo Gabriel haha
Maximo Gabriel
Maximo Gabriel - 3 years ago
Posible es!!!pruebas no hay ninguna.☺
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Maximo Gabriel lolz
bobby anderson
bobby anderson - 3 years ago
The one at 36 sec us absolutely a monster
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+bobby anderson one of my favorite videos :)
Trent Peterson
Trent Peterson - 3 years ago
That's not a crab trap it's a feeding station for people to study the Greenland shark a blind bottom dwelling crab eater
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Trent Peterson thanks for info
tony montana
tony montana - 3 years ago
If megalodon is real we will all be died by now real talk .
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+tony montana lol is there are whales bigger than that we rarely see so ya never know
David
David - 3 years ago
Your measurements are horrible..... The kayak was about 8' long... based on camera angle Shark Length = 16'
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
8ft kayak for the ocean would be on the small side
Reallybadcontent Sub4nothing
Reallybadcontent Sub4nothing - 3 years ago
I love how they don't put the camera's underwater because it nullifys everything these hoaxes stand for
Reallybadcontent Sub4nothing
Reallybadcontent Sub4nothing - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 you shouldn't youtube ever
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+icanseeyouwatchingonyourtv it's intimidating is all I'm saying
Reallybadcontent Sub4nothing
Reallybadcontent Sub4nothing - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 you obviously don't know you're own species.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+icanseeyouwatchingonyourtv I mean is scary. I'm sure you would be first one to stick your hand in the water with something that big
Reallybadcontent Sub4nothing
Reallybadcontent Sub4nothing - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 hard to put a camera in the water because its to big....I just lost braincells..
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+icanseeyouwatchingonyourtv I think it's hard to do that especially when whatever in the water is so big
Javier Hernandez
Javier Hernandez - 3 years ago
some of them videos are from 2015 or 2016
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Javier Hernandez yes some of the best footage to date
Darryl Hunter
Darryl Hunter - 3 years ago
Poor video everything there was explainable.....
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Darryl Hunter some were never identified.
Master Yoda
Master Yoda - 3 years ago
That is a whale shark., idiot.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Master Yoda something huge. Some say whale, others say basking shark, some say something else
Funeral Flow
Funeral Flow - 3 years ago
I made a rap while watching to your video

So many have made this video before yes the ocean still has a lot left to explore.. So big and so vast you never know you could of been in the ocean and ones swam past.. I believe it's a possibility that there's another shark bigger than free willy.. Maybe with all our technology we'll be able to prove this actually..
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Funeral Flow very welcome :)
Funeral Flow
Funeral Flow - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 thanks bud XD
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Funeral Flow awesome man good stuff best comment in a long time
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
I love this topic because it makes us all think about how many animals, by land and sea, we still don't know about. They are making discoveries every day.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Andrea De La Fuente yea it's so cool I love learning new stuff
Sósúkê Aízén
Sósúkê Aízén - 3 years ago
Nice try thou
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Sósúkê Aízén lol
Sósúkê Aízén
Sósúkê Aízén - 3 years ago
Ummmm megalodon dont exist anymore its your imagination buddy
Sósúkê Aízén
Sósúkê Aízén - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 fr zs
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Sósúkê Aízén for realz
Sósúkê Aízén
Sósúkê Aízén - 3 years ago
CR 2.0 im just saying but theres one in Pacific Ocean people bodys went missing whem they got their attack by a megalodon
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Sósúkê Aízén I'm not saying it does, I'm just saying you can't say they don't.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Sósúkê Aízén one cannot say they do not exist when the whole ocean hasn't been explored yet. We do not know what is out there.
Brian Gibson
Brian Gibson - 3 years ago
there are no more megladon if there was there would be no more whales in the ocean they all would be extinct
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Brian Gibson the ocean is so big. We have only explored 5%. A lot could be hiding our there in the unexplored regions.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Israr Hussain something big
Snakes Green
Snakes Green - 3 years ago
The scariest thing I've EVER seen in my entire life besides when Free Willy's tank shattered in the movie.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Snakes Green yea right
Tabitha Walker
Tabitha Walker - 3 years ago
This video proves nothing
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Tabitha Walker it's just to think on. It's up to you to decide what you believe
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Sincerely, you have a point. But the whales, killer whales, do come up to feed. No matter what they eat, which can be whales or other sharks, meglodon does have to come up to eat like every whale and shark do. What do you think?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Andrea De La Fuente maybe it eats deep sea stuff
Echo 9970
Echo 9970 - 3 years ago
Some are definitely whale sharks and the others are the Greenland Shark. why do they always try to pass the Greenland of as a megalodon all the time.? One it has one more gill slit then other sharks and two it always has a parasite that is on part of its body which you can clearly see on the video a lot of the time they are on there eyes. Yes there are large sharks out there but a real megalodon who knows? Maybe the ocean will never give up its darkest secrets?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
+Echo 9970 yea I always wonder if we will ever know
Indigo Dragon71
Indigo Dragon71 - 3 years ago
Be so messed up to be kayaking by yourself and you decide to launch a drone to take video of yourself has you look down at the screen and see a dark shape under you so you take the drone higher and see the out line of a huge fish sitting right under you? @_@
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
great imagination
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
wow could you imagine. That would be pretty scary
Clayton Vieira
Clayton Vieira - 4 years ago
Considerando que apenas 3% do aceano foi estudado imagino que deva exisitr sim o megalondon sim..
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
true
Gesus
Gesus - 4 years ago
teculodon
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 4 years ago
+Gesus what is that?
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 4 years ago
Yes that documentary. What did you think about it? Did it make you stop and think that there might be something, maybe not a meglodon, but something huge in the water?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
so much we havent explored
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 4 years ago
Is a shark with 6 gills a prehistoric shark? Did anyone seen the documentary about meglodon? If so, it's argumentative but also it really makes you think about what if?
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 3 years ago
it really does make one think does it ?
Sea Monsters - Past & Present
Sea Monsters - Past & Present - 4 years ago
Which documentary are you referring to here? Discovery Channel's megalodon-mockumentaries from 2013 and 2014?
yassin dejavu
yassin dejavu - 4 years ago
Megaladons extinction had never been recorded just theoriez only exist.surely sme might have survived
It surely got rivals but we're too less in numbers . The one in da pic with submarine was unedited pic others I don't know for sure!!
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 4 years ago
+yassin dejavu I agree
Enes5764 Gaming
Enes5764 Gaming - 4 years ago
The second one is a whale u can see it's blowhole
Valery Lavrov
Valery Lavrov - 4 years ago
It not like science doubting it existence, but not at the moment. What so special about it ? Just size still size relative.
CR 2.0
CR 2.0 - 4 years ago
+Valery Lavrov good point
Anthony Bernal
Anthony Bernal - 4 years ago
Imagine if the ocean its self was a huge fish
Marlon Cristobal
Marlon Cristobal - 4 years ago
That shark eats fish wich is he gots a big mouth wide open
George Canvin, Jr.
George Canvin, Jr. - 4 years ago
Of course they're submarine. That's where fish live.
K Gev
K Gev - 4 years ago
The first one is a small shark close up a marine bioglest proved it
Sky M
Sky M - 4 years ago
Radiation from the 1940 and 1950s nuclear testing may have mutations in some animals stop looking at the Jurassic period
ara paima
ara paima - 4 years ago
1,50 mn its a requin pelerin i dont now this name in english
James Smith
James Smith - 3 years ago
Bruh.
Mountain Man3
Mountain Man3 - 4 years ago
silly.
Mani Filiz
Mani Filiz - 4 years ago
Requin pelerin
Ronald Kolin
Ronald Kolin - 4 years ago
these migadon shark they do excited they live thousands
feet below
Ronald Kolin
Ronald Kolin - 4 years ago
these migadon shark they do excited they live thousands
feet below
Ronald Kolin
Ronald Kolin - 4 years ago
these migadon shark they do excited they live thousands
feet below
Mica Ny
Mica Ny - 4 years ago
I saw a helicopter hanging close to the water. No submarine. And i just saw a simple shark not a megablabla.
Aleksa Mudrinic
Aleksa Mudrinic - 4 years ago
Acsept does picuters where the whale was atecked and that video with megalodon atecked the whale and that world war picture now does a real things
Bill Harold
Bill Harold - 3 years ago
America's got talent
Aleksa Mudrinic
Aleksa Mudrinic - 4 years ago
On tape
Aleksa Mudrinic
Aleksa Mudrinic - 4 years ago
A baby megalodon was caught
Ryan O
Ryan O - 4 years ago
People should be more worried about the actual sharks that exist. Megalodon would be way too big to come in close to shore. It's the great whites, tigers and bullsharks that are the real threat to humans.
Jackie Brown
Jackie Brown - 4 years ago
Ryan O not really sharks arent much of a threat to humans
mdredheadguy1979
mdredheadguy1979 - 4 years ago
Submarine sharks?? Are you talking submarines built to look like sharks?
Because if not, that title makes no sense.
Jerry Shafer
Jerry Shafer - 4 years ago
A whale shark can get over 40 ft in length
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 4 years ago
Just because we don't see them doesn't mean they are not there.
RGB LOK
RGB LOK - 3 years ago
Well the Sealacamp fish was supposed to be "extinct" according to scientist. Not to mention the Frilled shark. Just saying.
Seemor Disillusioned
Seemor Disillusioned - 3 years ago
Lack of evidence of existence is proof of existence ? Don't get me wrong but to twist your statement , Just because I have not seen something does not mean it DOES exist either .  I have never seen a smurf , does that mean they exist also based on nothing else other than the fact I have never seen one ? Damn poor scientific method IMO .
sarah sarah
sarah sarah - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente and it doesn't mean they are!!!!!
Jo Bassett
Jo Bassett - 4 years ago
What a joke.
Nodrodsky
Nodrodsky - 4 years ago
Proof of nothing...
Kya Mani
Kya Mani - 4 years ago
Nr3 is a sleep8ngshark look at dorsal
DJCreeper Playz
DJCreeper Playz - 4 years ago
I'm pretty sure there can't be sharks that big in modern times.
Storming gamer
Storming gamer - 4 years ago
Number one is a shark number two is the whale shark
Richard Tanega
Richard Tanega - 4 years ago
no good hoax
Fire and Something, something something
Fire and Something, something something - 4 years ago
Wait... where's the shark in the second one?
Diamond Megalodon Diamond Megalodon
Diamond Megalodon Diamond Megalodon - 4 years ago
Megalodon is 76 metres
My fish Drowned
My fish Drowned - 4 years ago
666 dislikes
Tazer Face
Tazer Face - 4 years ago
The rap beat made this video terrible.
Sea Monsters - Past & Present
Sea Monsters - Past & Present - 4 years ago
The rest of the contents aren't any better...
MspPlayz
MspPlayz - 4 years ago
What about a whale
GWB123
GWB123 - 4 years ago
It's impossible to get perspective on them. Nothing to compare size?
GWB123
GWB123 - 4 years ago
In the Brasil rescue the tail of the creature looks like the fluke of a whale. . .
Von Fleischmann
Von Fleischmann - 4 years ago
I could never swim in deep water... I'd be too worried about what was down there!
trap city Adams
trap city Adams - 3 years ago
I dont understand how people can swim and splash in the ocean like its a pool
Abby Something
Abby Something - 3 years ago
I climbed off the boat to swim off the coast of Thailand.......and after two minutes said okay, been here, did it, back in the boat.

While on guard duty overlooking the beach from high on a cliff I saw a shark swimming parallel to the beach. The thing was huge, and however wide it was(fin tip to fin tip), it never went farther than that from the beach as it swam north along the beach under Stilwell hall. Foraging/hunting for food right by the beach, from when I spotted him about a half mile south of Stilwell hall to almost a mile north.
ALUCARD player
ALUCARD player - 4 years ago
me too bro..im scared at deep waters
dan hemmerling
dan hemmerling - 4 years ago
That shark like thing wasn't big enough. Megalodons are 5 times larger than great white. This is just oversized rather than a magladon.
Sea Monsters - Past & Present
Sea Monsters - Past & Present - 4 years ago
Do you actually think fully grown adult megs would just pop up into the ocean from nowhere or believe they mature to adult size in a matter of minutes once born?
daniel osterloh
daniel osterloh - 4 years ago
Second or fourth one is most likely a. Goblin shark you can tell by the pointy nose and they do get pretty large
Sea Monsters - Past & Present
Sea Monsters - Past & Present - 4 years ago
There is not a single goblin shark in this video.
daniel osterloh
daniel osterloh - 4 years ago
The second one is most likely just a whale shark
Escrotor 777
Escrotor 777 - 4 years ago
La mayoría son tiburones peregrino y tiburones ballena, farsantes...
Linky 1973
Linky 1973 - 4 years ago
Is 6.14 an island shark?
Boosted Canuck
Boosted Canuck - 4 years ago
You need CR girls twerkin in the background
Todd Toure
Todd Toure - 3 years ago
Boosted Canuck hahaha hahaha hahaha!! Goes well with the Track!!
neeru guraya
neeru guraya - 4 years ago
Neeru
Andrew Ball
Andrew Ball - 4 years ago
Alot of Greenland shark footage
Steve Matchett
Steve Matchett - 3 years ago
Andrew Ball - Agreed. Last one def Greenland shark
ex anker
ex anker - 4 years ago
...lösch Dich...
Sumy S
Sumy S - 4 years ago
It is obvious that the possibility of there being bigger sharks is very high, but some of these are Baskin Sharks. The one with the kyack was definitely a Baskin Sharks, the one where is says about the spots on a whale shark ( the second one is think) was also a Baskin Shark .
I do think there are bigger sharks and some we've never seen.
william neuman
william neuman - 3 years ago
2 other possiblities are the seven gill shark and megamouth shark. Both are fairly large.
XXProClassXXbul 10
XXProClassXXbul 10 - 3 years ago
Thanks for reminding me that was called a baskin shark appreciate it.
Jasmeena Jasmeena
Jasmeena Jasmeena - 3 years ago
Sumy S
Miley Ohman
Miley Ohman - 3 years ago
+Sumy S you are correct
Sumy S
Sumy S - 3 years ago
Miley Ohman dinosaur means terrible lizard, Greek Dino - terrible and saur - lizard.

Something or someone who has been made obsolete because it wasn't able to adapt or evolve during change etc.
Miley Ohman
Miley Ohman - 3 years ago
+Sumy S ya there big and do you know what dinosaur means?
Sumy S
Sumy S - 3 years ago
Miley Ohman yes they are massive, I've seen the chart, it amazing how big they are/were. .
Miley Ohman
Miley Ohman - 3 years ago
Im a little kid and I study sharks. I've been researching for 3 years and I know the largest shark of all time! They were older then dinosaurs called Megalodons. Megalodons are the largest go to Google and search Megalodon Chart height and weight
Akenechi
Akenechi - 3 years ago
Andrea Philips I thought that's the pacific sleeper shark (?)
Sumy S
Sumy S - 3 years ago
Andrea Phillips thank you.
It's huge, ,,,
A P
A P - 3 years ago
It was full grown
A P
A P - 3 years ago
Sumy S by the way the one in Japan was a bronze whaler
Daniel B
Daniel B - 3 years ago
my last name lmao
peter Greywolf
peter Greywolf - 3 years ago
Sumy S oo yea 2.45 ton great wiht,
経黙録闇量愛燃Bѧɢαṅ ѧzɛשєdo
経黙録闇量愛燃Bѧɢαṅ ѧzɛשєdo - 3 years ago
Sumy S me too.
Sumy S
Sumy S - 3 years ago
Bѧɢαṅ Strauss カイジュとアビスの神 I think the second one is a whale shark.
Sumy S
Sumy S - 3 years ago
Bѧɢαṅ Strauss カイジュとアビスの神 my apologies, it was the 3rd one, that says about the spots
経黙録闇量愛燃Bѧɢαṅ ѧzɛשєdo
経黙録闇量愛燃Bѧɢαṅ ѧzɛשєdo - 3 years ago
The second one was too huge to be a baskin shark
Antide Perrin
Antide Perrin - 4 years ago
Pfff...it's red fish.
Marcus Stormm
Marcus Stormm - 4 years ago
With no way to scale these it isn't proof of shite
Renée Mae
Renée Mae - 3 years ago
Marcus Stormm. Hi Marcus-Just because it isn't so doesn't make it so. :))
Haze DCUO
Haze DCUO - 3 years ago
Sea Monsters - Past & Present it has everything to do with scale when we’re looking at a video for ‘proof’ of size. If I stick my eye on a camera lense I’d look like a giant. Would that be proof of giants? No, because scale.
Ken Berrie
Ken Berrie - 3 years ago
sorry, but not45 ft. BUT 46 meters, from dorsel fin to tail , that makes it more then 150 ft long, and this was when i was in the army special forces, i flew chopers, cobras, the ah-1a-1xs a battleship with roters, my ship was hit and i made a crash landing near the coastline, pacific side. any way this shark was at least 70-to 90 tons, and took at least 1,000 rounds from my mini gun. be for it swam away, scared the hell out of me, and i don't scare easy... i know you know what i mean...
Marcus Stormm
Marcus Stormm - 3 years ago
Ken Berrie you saw a shark in Vietnam. It measured 45 ft from dorsal fin to tail. Ok,
1. What was it classified as?
2. Was it living or dead?
3. When was this in Vietnam?
Ken Berrie
Ken Berrie - 3 years ago
ok very good. however the shark i saw in viet-nam was clasifide a great white, BUT, it measured 46 meters in length from dorsal fin to tail, ?? huh ?? how is that possible?? if not a megladon?? it's mall or mouth you could stand in. thats a monster. and also there are other animals it could feed on in the artic..
Marcus Stormm
Marcus Stormm - 4 years ago
Sea Monsters - Past & Present yeah I guess you didn't. I read that wrong, my apologies on that then.
Sea Monsters - Past & Present
Sea Monsters - Past & Present - 4 years ago
I didn't say 5m is 60 ft! As I clearly gave estimates from 1.5 -18m and was asked how much that was in feet.
Marcus Stormm
Marcus Stormm - 4 years ago
Sea Monsters - Past & Present it's even in the name of the video
"EVIDENCE OF monster submarine sharks" I simply said, without a way to scale them them these aren't really "evidence" of anything.
Marcus Stormm
Marcus Stormm - 4 years ago
Sea Monsters - Past & Present the video implies that due to the size of the animals in the video that they are possibly megalodons. If you asked a thousand people what they think of when they hear the word megalodon they'd say "a giant shark"
Marcus Stormm
Marcus Stormm - 4 years ago
that rwby girl no...5 meters is NOT 60 feet it's 15 1meter is appx 3ft. Meaning that 5 meters is 5X3 which =15 not 60.
that rwby girl
that rwby girl - 4 years ago
Sea Monsters - Past & Present
Ah, okay, thanks for clearing that up! that up
Sea Monsters - Past & Present
Sea Monsters - Past & Present - 4 years ago
5-60 ft.
that rwby girl
that rwby girl - 4 years ago
Sea Monsters - Past & Present how many feet is that? I was stuck in special classes and I fell behind in math. Never learned meters
Sea Monsters - Past & Present
Sea Monsters - Past & Present - 4 years ago
Who is "we" here and no, you did not differentiate at all between full-grown animals and "babies". All you claimed is "with no way to scale these it isn't proof of shite". That is simply ludicrous.

I never claimed they still exist, so what's with all this "Sorry to say but you still don't have any proof"? Moreover, you are aware, are you not, that these shark did not pop up into the ocean fully grown out of nowhere, nor did they grow to adult size in a few seconds once leaving the womb! You are aware, are you not, that not all animals become adults? It is simply a ridiculous argument to think: "Oh, that cannot be a meg, because it is too small", or to expect we would only find adult ones, if they were to exist. And that is exactly what you are implying with your first comment. So no, scale certainly does not have everything to do with it.If meg were around today, we would expect to find juvenile as well as sub-adult and adult ones with sizes ranging from 1.5m to 15m at least.
Marcus Stormm
Marcus Stormm - 4 years ago
Sea Monsters - Past & Present scale has everything to do with it. We're not talking about babies were talking about full-grown animals. Sorry to say but you still don't have any proof. They are extinct.
Sea Monsters - Past & Present
Sea Monsters - Past & Present - 4 years ago
Scale has got nothing to do with it. C. megalodon pups could have been around 1.5 - 2m large when born, so we would expect animals from 1.5- 18m range if they still existed...
Sabonn Jones
Sabonn Jones - 4 years ago
I'M NEVER GETTING IN THE WATER AGAIN!!!! Ya hear me? N. E. V. E. R. !
Sabonn Jones
Sabonn Jones - 4 years ago
Never goin' swimmin' again!
Sabonn Jones
Sabonn Jones - 4 years ago
I pooped me pantz..
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 4 years ago
I'm no expert but God only knows what's down there. It's scary to think of that. Imagine how many animals still remain to be uncovered. I find it very interesting.
Nena Nena
Nena Nena - 3 years ago
u
Janos Trenyi
Janos Trenyi - 3 years ago
Huge
Kevin Boaz
Kevin Boaz - 3 years ago
we're not losing ice lol recent ventures have found otherwise
Quando você ler os comentários eu estarei lá
Quando você ler os comentários eu estarei lá - 3 years ago
Gotta catch them all
Joel Creighton
Joel Creighton - 3 years ago
Jkaps artist and gamer yup
Jkaps artist and gamer
Jkaps artist and gamer - 3 years ago
Joel I'm Jewish as long as no one waives their religion in my face, I don't care lol but some assholes probably gonna get angry for mentioning god lol
Tobias Carlsson
Tobias Carlsson - 3 years ago
Yes god knows..... Lol
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Yes, frozen in time. It reminds me of the movie " Jurassic Park" when they found the mosquito. Imagine? Lol.
Joel Creighton
Joel Creighton - 3 years ago
very true, also I'm surprised no one yelled at you for talking of God btw I'm Christian :)
Jkaps artist and gamer
Jkaps artist and gamer - 3 years ago
They found horrible diseases Frozen in time from the ancient world that survived in the ice and is still alive, so those animals are the least of our worries
Ken Berrie
Ken Berrie - 3 years ago
not to mention what could be released from all that ice we are losing, in anartica, who knows what is buried in there, and that megalodon tooth is bigger then a t-rexs tooth, t-rex mesurers only 6-8 inches, that megalodon is twice that at 14 inches, wow....
RKB Gaming
RKB Gaming - 4 years ago
The ocean is huge and those sharks are enormous but is the so called megladon a timid creature? Being prehistoric and documented size I would think its a very aggressive animal
morten pettersen
morten pettersen - 4 years ago
dårlig bildekvalitet
Marisol Sanchiz
Marisol Sanchiz - 4 years ago
No te entiendo letras Ingles
ARIEL Jimenez
ARIEL Jimenez - 3 years ago
Marisol Sanchiz que es lo que tu quiere saber ?
kysike666
kysike666 - 3 years ago
estudiar a Inglés entonces
Marisol Sanchiz
Marisol Sanchiz - 3 years ago
Hola te responde de que dime
Pokemon Freak616
Pokemon Freak616 - 3 years ago
Marisol Sanchiz hola
David
David - 4 years ago
I'm heading for central Montana. They will not get me there!!!
Carmin Ramirez
Carmin Ramirez - 4 years ago
There is a super big shark I think is whale shark , with rounded mouth and is harmless , as big as a whale. Is like another species of shark.
Ken Berrie
Ken Berrie - 3 years ago
that is true ! however there are a number of animals we do not know of in hidden places on the planet, earth is large enough to hide a dinosaur, or a magladon, or a yeta... who knows?? what could be buried in all that ice?? huh?. and there is a lot of ice, north pole, artic, or ( anartic) south pole.?? who knows??
Eternal One
Eternal One - 4 years ago
Shitty quality
Frank Kreyssig
Frank Kreyssig - 4 years ago
Scraps from the edit room floor of JAWS
semmosta ja
semmosta ja - 4 years ago
Megalodon would be larger
Robert Hersh-geer
Robert Hersh-geer - 4 years ago
Also two photos shown are 6 Gilled sharks, yes they are huge also but not as aggressive as great whites.
Richard TBear
Richard TBear - 4 years ago
Proven not to be a meg and doctored photo shoped from the helicopter
Walter Smeg
Walter Smeg - 4 years ago
Yep whale shark,really old footage..fannies
Kathleen Lafuentes
Kathleen Lafuentes - 4 years ago
There is nothing to compare the size with.
Mark Burckhard
Mark Burckhard - 4 years ago
The second video is clearly a whale, it has a horizontal tail. So a mammal, not a fish.
Marty Silver
Marty Silver - 4 years ago
Hey people your getting duped. Look closer at the photos.
The Mancunian
The Mancunian - 4 years ago
i do think thier are undiscovered beast out thier in the deep, old and new but also mutations too that evolves through man indiscretions.
The Mancunian
The Mancunian - 4 years ago
The image were a helicopter was rescuing a person, that beneath him would of been a whale species, see whales and dolphins, even purpoises have brains and very inteligent, and could of been nosy or passing by at this time or even aiding a distressed human, they would sensed his distress through is vibration in his or her heart beat, now if this was a shark or megladon he would of been human human sushi live...
Alan weverton
Alan weverton - 4 years ago
es fals
Wayne Kieft
Wayne Kieft - 4 years ago
First clip is definitely a ray,that doesn't mean to say there is no megaladon ,the oceans are so vast who knows what is out there
William Norton
William Norton - 3 years ago
Agreed. Have you ever heard of River Monsters?
It's a nature show where the host and a team of people who show living examples of fact to the myths of sea monsters; humongous fish.
Don't worry! Although it's been ages since I saw the show, they released the fish afterwards.
Holly Cheel
Holly Cheel - 4 years ago
images and video are of such deplorable quality that it's impossible to develop an informed opinion based on ANY of the evidence presented.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 4 years ago
Yes a whale shark eat krill which are tiny. Yes, they come up to feed and then disappear. They spot them feeding. They have no teeth. But they have found teeth, humongous teeth. I don't know it's possible though. Do u agree?
Frank Lyons
Frank Lyons - 4 years ago
Is there a Bigfoot to
Luan Heller
Luan Heller - 4 years ago
Wasn't that dead cut thing on the beach a whale of somesort?
nikk olicious
nikk olicious - 3 years ago
Probably a blue whale i think the biggest animal in the ocean now
Lupe Hernandez
Lupe Hernandez - 3 years ago
Luan Heller ufo
Nikolai Bolinski
Nikolai Bolinski - 3 years ago
Luan Heller Yes, but the cuts are most likely from Giant Squid. Whales and Sqids fight a lot, and the Squids have hooks on their tentacles.
Rey Vinicio
Rey Vinicio - 4 years ago
These were no megees dummy!!There aliens
Michael Franklin
Michael Franklin - 4 years ago
Your editing angered me that much I wanted to feed a bag of kittens to a shark.
João Conceição
João Conceição - 4 years ago
Videos feitos para pessoas que somente vem o que lhes mostram (até onde lhes mostram) !!!
João Conceição
João Conceição - 4 years ago
Ah já agora aquela parte em que se vêem "duas dorsais" são mesmo duas ....O filhote devia andar atrás da mãe ...ou um jovem tubarão atrás do seu Alfa!!!
O resto é confundir um Gerbo (4 cm)com um daqueles esquilos Enormes Indianos (40 cm)!!!
João Conceição
João Conceição - 4 years ago
Um tipo de 2.00 mtrs de altura ao pé de mim também passa por Gigante ...já que tenho 1.64 mtrs de altura!!!
Assim também um Grande mas mesmo Grande Tubarão Branco parecerá Um Megalodon ao pé de um pequeno Tubarão branco !!!!
O resto é querer ganhar dinheiro no YouTube à conta de "papalvos" !!!!
Daryl Garwood
Daryl Garwood - 4 years ago
I always wondered if the video with the rescue chopper if the guy in the water even knew if the shark swam by
Francois Moulton
Francois Moulton - 4 years ago
I believe it if I didn't I'd be a fool
Nero 760
Nero 760 - 4 years ago
I'm pretty sure the clip of the "unidentified shark" swimming around the surface is a Greenland shark but I might be wrong.
SEth Neall
SEth Neall - 4 years ago
If we ever do find evidence of megalodon video like this will completely discredit the discovery which is not likely
Дмитрий Ермаков
Дмитрий Ермаков - 4 years ago
Super video
Rowyn Blank
Rowyn Blank - 4 years ago
That was a whale
Polar Bear
Polar Bear - 4 years ago
Gaymer Bear no it isn't moron
kuan lee
kuan lee - 4 years ago
Is a whale shark
valleyboy
valleyboy - 4 years ago
Hahah idiot !!!!!
DANIE MCFIRE
DANIE MCFIRE - 4 years ago
Could not watch the whole video, the sound is a killer and the different contrasts!!!
Mike Smith
Mike Smith - 4 years ago
The big one with the crab trap is a six gill shark
jimgall ufos
jimgall ufos - 4 years ago
Andrea,i have been watching "reality is simulated"documentaries for a while now,i think it`s an answer to how all these strange things are now showing up everywhere,we are in a computer game,anything is possible.
Kommandant Stealthevil
Kommandant Stealthevil - 4 years ago
Die meisten haie waren Schlaf haie, Wall und Riesen haie wie auch Eis haie
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 4 years ago
We haven't explored the whole ocean. The ocean is soo big and very deep. Anything could love there. Huge animals can live underneath it. Is it possible? Yes, it is possible. What do you think?
CASTILLO
CASTILLO - 3 years ago
Sea Monsters - Past & Present d
Miley Ohman
Miley Ohman - 3 years ago
+Sea Monsters - Past & Present, well Megalodons were in the oceans about 100,000,000
years ago it is true
Byron Taylor
Byron Taylor - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente so very true but there is an identity theft going on lol there is a species of shark thats recently been seen named submarine that could be taking the credit
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
ronald preston , I thank you. Yes, God made us, and animals big and small. Us humans think we know everything but what it's interesting about life is that we don't and there's so many gifts out there we haven't opened yet!! Lol. Merry Xmas! To you and your family.
ronald preston
ronald preston - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente. I agree 100% GOD made every thing in all oceans, and on earth. There's a lot of other thing's that we haven't discovered as yet.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
12Burton24 yes, your absolutely right but did you ever wonder how the biggest (whale shark) go after they feed? Did you ever wonder?? I do. So if it can disappear, what else is deep down the ocean that no one has never seen yet? Forget the Megalodon for a minute. Just think what can be down there? I don't believe there's a Loch Ness monster. Mermaids?? I don't know. Remember the movie " The Abyss" ? Anything is possible. Just because we don't see it doesn't mean they don't exist. Bigfoot??? Maybe. Do you believe? What do you beleive????
12Burton24
12Burton24 - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente all whales are coming up to breath not some but they can stay a long time under water without breathing.
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
12Burton24 some whales do come up to feed and breathe.
Bernard Wilkinson
Bernard Wilkinson - 3 years ago
They have a jaw bone, but that is it. The rest is cartilage.
12Burton24
12Burton24 - 3 years ago
Dan Clarke well you dont know what they have been where they have been hunting. Its just that we think it was like this and whales are not shallow water animals so you already prooft that your knowledge should be wrong
12Burton24
12Burton24 - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente before you gona but some vids together do better researches dude....most of the vids are not what you think. Scientists can explain what everything is in this vids....they would love to find a megladon but until know nobody every spotted one
Daniel Hines
Daniel Hines - 3 years ago
Idk that marine life 'loves,' though dolphins and whales seem pretty in touch with their emotions....
Itz_Just_Neko ;3
Itz_Just_Neko ;3 - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente I agree
You Suck
You Suck - 3 years ago
Sincerely Sincerely but they have slow metabolism they don't need to continuously eat and with there size the water pressure isn't a issue
vern yanke
vern yanke - 3 years ago
Tangled up in Blu
Evolution is creation in slow motion!!!!! Don't forget it, it is important.
Greybeard
Greybeard - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente “love there”. LOL. Yep, quality comment.
100% Human
100% Human - 3 years ago
vern yanke. It's called cartridge. Go and do some reading. Every time you open your mouth you confirm that you have no understanding of the world you live in.
100% Human
100% Human - 3 years ago
vern yanke It would be yet another confirmation of the evolutionary process.
Ashfaq Hussain
Ashfaq Hussain - 3 years ago
vern yanke if u did not know died sea creatures that stay outside of water to long causes there bones to melt and teeth are connected to the bone
Danii M
Danii M - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente love? Here? You mean, live?
TRIOPTIC Krebbs
TRIOPTIC Krebbs - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente I believe MYTH is the science of the ignorant.
Charlie Bell
Charlie Bell - 3 years ago
you spelt live wrong
Ken Berrie
Ken Berrie - 3 years ago
HOWEVER!!! there are seaLS, DOLFINS , PENGUENS, AND ALL SORTS OF LARGE ANIMAL life in the sea, both in the atlantic, and pacific, and the mediteranian seas...a magladon will go where the food is , they can smell it from a far..they are an ace no.1 prediter. point taken i hope..
Brent Barker
Brent Barker - 3 years ago
Anything is possible. But not probable. What would a 60foot shark eat at that depth?
Dat_Anime_Boi _
Dat_Anime_Boi _ - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente obviously it's a high percentage of our entire planet
Argeniz Tavarez
Argeniz Tavarez - 3 years ago
Andrea De La Fuente haha sorry i just had to, but in all seriousness there’s definitely all sorts of animals in the unexplored parts of the ocean. I go as far as to say I’m one of the believers in mermaids
Andrea De La Fuente
Andrea De La Fuente - 3 years ago
Argeniz Tavarez come on, really? Really???