All Your Megalodon Shark Facts In One Video

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  • Published on Feb 2, 2019
  • Its full name is Carcharocles Megalodon, but some shark enthusiasts just call it “the Meg.” Whatever name it goes by, this giant was the biggest baddie of the ocean when it terrorized the waters 2 million years ago. Megalodon was the biggest shark of the ocean 23 million years ago. It could grow up to 60 ft, and its jaw bite was stronger than a T. Rex’s. Just imagine, the largest Megalodon tooth ever found is almost 3 times larger than the teeth you’ll find in the great white sharks of today!
    And the question is, does Megalodon still exist? Сould these scary sharks still be alive in the deepest parts of the ocean? Theories out there argue that these bad boys of the ocean are still around. As for science, it tells us that Megalodon sharks are extinct. But what if they live in the deepest place on Earth: the Mariana Trench?
    In our today's live stream, we're talking about all we know of Megalodon. By the way, you might think there was nothing that could stop them. However, even this massive shark had enemies, and their fights could be lethal...
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  • BRIGHT SIDE
    BRIGHT SIDE  5 months ago +109

    Hey there, do you believe that Megalodon exists?

  • toëntje
    toëntje 2 hours ago

    3:47 ..those teeth are not megalodon teeth ,,they are hemipristis or snaggletooth shark ..

  • Margaret Edwards

    The only evidence of a large shark is collection of teeth!! So it's supposition!! There are many unknown creatures in our ocean's lakes and rivers so when you realize how vast the world oceans and only 5/7 per cent of our oceans have been explored!! Some Meg teeth are said to be only 10 thousands years old so how can you say these megs have been extinct for 2.6 millions years???

  • Kevin Nitta
    Kevin Nitta 4 days ago

    Definitely not. Here in Hawaii we have 4--50 foot humpback whales here year round. Yet there has never been an attack here. Impossible to believe it would not be here if it still was around. Its favorite environment is right here and therefore I am certain it is gone.

  • femushreena ahalul
    femushreena ahalul 11 days ago

    Lying its livyatan

  • Kyleen Higginson
    Kyleen Higginson 12 days ago

    The baby is still alive!😮

  • B Sully 2.0
    B Sully 2.0 13 days ago

    FYI, the average length of a Great White is more of about 13-16 feet long, not 23 feet. Also there are estimates of Great Whites reaching as much as 23 feet but nothing official, so I’m not sure where the largest one being 26 feet came from.
    Oh and I love Megs, and it would have been awesome to see one alive....from a safe distance of course.

  • Naga Lakshmi
    Naga Lakshmi 15 days ago

    i love bright side and all about this topic:megalodon

  • NIA Popov
    NIA Popov 17 days ago

    Megalodons are the bigest sharks

  • NIA Popov
    NIA Popov 17 days ago

    They are so powerfull but i have a question do pacific sleepers have Ebola

  • TIGER Haaland Vandvik
    TIGER Haaland Vandvik 23 days ago

    Am love megladon

  • Walters Equal
    Walters Equal 25 days ago

    "MEG HAD AN
    IMPRESSIVE SET
    OF 276 TEETH
    THAT SAT IN 5
    ROWS IN ITS
    Mouth" when it was supposed to TEETH you said feet!?

  • Sam Kiho
    Sam Kiho 25 days ago

    The weight estimates of the meg being 100 tons is very much exaggerated

  • Ariana McGuire
    Ariana McGuire 26 days ago

    Why wouldn't the megalodon shate whales or eat each other

  • That nigga bush from around the corner

    Yea I gotta megalodon that sleeps next to me every night. She's 350 pds of something real nasty.

  • greta arthur
    greta arthur 28 days ago

    when you said the toothy megalodon you pretty much said the toothy tooth

  • PS4 Gamer
    PS4 Gamer 29 days ago

    They were around -997,981 years ago

  • Tylor Baker
    Tylor Baker 29 days ago

    These puns make me wanna kms

  • [MCPE]SeveralOliver99

    Ever seen u cant see them there dead

  • Romeo Aguilera
    Romeo Aguilera Month ago

    Meg: I will eat all whales *whales migrate to the cold oceans* whale: NOPE >:)

  • Beastly Things
    Beastly Things Month ago +1

    Livatyn and megaladon would probably bump heads but I don't know who would win

  • Trenita Walker
    Trenita Walker Month ago

    Old time road

  • Jess Tandy
    Jess Tandy Month ago

    i think megladon are still alive

  • AkTuneman G5
    AkTuneman G5 Month ago

    I think it’s funny that they used the same voice talking about how the meg is for sure extinct and the video talking about how the meg is still alive!!!

  • Darren Holte
    Darren Holte Month ago +1

    yes ive had in encounter with a shark
    in this vid

  • Dex
    Dex Month ago

    Dear Bright Side, u r awesome, but have u heard of METERS? 194 countries in the world use the metric system!

  • Therealslimsur3
    Therealslimsur3 Month ago +2

    Well the biggest megalodon was around 79 feet

    • ZOZA
      ZOZA Month ago

      @Heney Trapp Where did you hear that?

    • Heney Trapp
      Heney Trapp Month ago

      There had been megalodon that were 92 1/2 feet long

  • Christine Collins
    Christine Collins Month ago

    In one minute and 42 seconds into the video he keeps repeating himself we heard you say the first time that this is biggest shark. How many times do you have to keep repeating yourself?👎😩

  • Ipoel Gaming
    Ipoel Gaming Month ago

    why megalodon lose

  • Ipoel Gaming
    Ipoel Gaming Month ago

    why mosasaurus win

  • KNG_Levidaboss_YT GOD

    the megaloadon

  • WAQUAR AHSAB
    WAQUAR AHSAB Month ago

    95% OF THE OCEAN IS UNEXPLORED ONLY 5% IS KNOWN TO HUMANS MIGHT BE THAT MEGALODON COULD EXIST IN THOSE AREAS.

  • Jasmeet Kaur
    Jasmeet Kaur Month ago

    Livyatan

  • Ethan Gartner
    Ethan Gartner Month ago

    Ok it could grow a little bigger then 60 feet it could be around 67

  • Ethan Gartner
    Ethan Gartner Month ago

    Meg would win most likely

  • Ziyad Muhammad Abbasi - Trelawny PS (1567)

    i think the Rhamphosuchus could defeat the megaladon

  • Jeannette S
    Jeannette S Month ago

    This helps me sleep

  • maurilio de lannoy
    maurilio de lannoy Month ago

    Megalodon would be beat anything! Because he is the largest and strongest

  • Lara Robinson
    Lara Robinson Month ago

    they didnt go they still exist

  • Ouroboros
    Ouroboros Month ago

    Hate the narrators voice. Like its meant for small children. And things are repeated alot

  • srijon chowdhury
    srijon chowdhury Month ago

    M

  • stephen hassey
    stephen hassey Month ago

    The meg is stlle a live in the deep

  • Miso Mama
    Miso Mama Month ago

    pronounced phonetically as ...sookus..not such-as

  • Jessie Porter
    Jessie Porter Month ago +2

    thing is how do we know?we have only explored 5% of the ocean, megladons could be living in the other 95% of the ocean

  • JAYPAUL
    JAYPAUL Month ago

    2:57 the coin comes from the phlilippines

  • MrUnit1105
    MrUnit1105 Month ago +2

    low percent of our ocean have been discovered... I mean of course it's out there

  • vBlendz X
    vBlendz X Month ago

    Congrats on almost 30million

  • Maiko Stacho
    Maiko Stacho Month ago

    No

  • Cherub Words
    Cherub Words Month ago +6

    I believe there’s a chance of it still living. We’ve only discovered 5 percent of the ocean. There’s new species everyday that are found. Scientists believe or theorize we only know about 1/4th of the species in the ocean.

    • Nick Gurr
      Nick Gurr 24 days ago

      Cherub Words luckily we know all species that are 10 m or larger. A megalodon wouldnt be unnoticed. Take a look at its diet please. Also know that there would be multiple megs and not just 1 cuz how can one animal breed and get children? Also since meg was so huge its children would be too, meg gave birth to multiple other megs, not just 2-3. So after a couple of years there would be too much megs and there wouldnt be any other life in the ocean :)

  • dfhpublic
    dfhpublic Month ago

    Megalodon may not be as old as you think. Recent research is yielding more and more evidence that the entire earth was once flooded and resulted in massive changes to the earth's crust and sea floors in a relatively short period of time. It's why you find dinosaur fossils and oceanic marine life rapidly entombed together in the fossil record way up in the rocky mountains. The current geological record simply does not demonstrate a super old earth changing slowly and consistently over eons of time as was commonly assumed (a view known as uniformitarianism). Rather, long ages of time were posited in order to prop up a certain evolutionary view of the earth's origins, and it's geological layers dated accordingly. Present research lends support to the view that the earth was once a single land mass (and much shallower) and reached its current broken form via rapid catastrophic events that a global flood could produce (including rapid multi-layer deposition). Current geological data from around the world is proving fruitful and consistent with proposed flood models. I would also note that the data is consistent with the biblical record of a year long global flood and the greatly reduced life spans throughout the post flood world. Longer pre-flood lifespans would produce larger animals in some species (especially reptiles) and the vastly changed post flood world would contribute to the rapid extinction of others. Might this sudden change have resulted in the extinction of a more recent megalodon? Might it also leave a little more room for things yet to be discovered?

  • S****
    S**** Month ago

    Nice video

  • Vlogger Tommy
    Vlogger Tommy Month ago

    The megalodon actually survived the ice age

  • CJ Sarko
    CJ Sarko Month ago +1

    It still exists! You didn't do enough research! There was an episode on discovery channel about shark week they bascially some peole were on a boat and spotted a really big shark bigger than the great white! Then the pepole who wanted to find out put a camera really deep in the sea 10 feet below, they were looking through the footage and found the shark was really big! Then the camera shut off when they try to put it deeper to get a closer look!

  • sankarshana sankarshana

    Who knows the megalodon will be any where in ocean

  • The Dancing Doughnut
    The Dancing Doughnut Month ago +1

    30:29 baaaaaabyyyy SHARK DOO DOO DOO DOO DOO DOO DOO

  • Jin Martin Ogata
    Jin Martin Ogata Month ago

    Hey do you know the meg is still alive supernova has been killed by the meg on camera is blurred when fighting the meg is now 100 feet tall bottom of the ocean

  • Jin Martin Ogata
    Jin Martin Ogata Month ago

    Hey megalodon is still alive he lives at the poison seas

  • Bob Rooss
    Bob Rooss Month ago

    I’m Bob Ross

  • Sudipta Chowdhury
    Sudipta Chowdhury 2 months ago

    It was an amazing video although I think megalodon may still be alive because we are able to explore only 5% of the ocean

  • Bloxy Conffuzzeld
    Bloxy Conffuzzeld 2 months ago +1

    It could be in the east cost where nobody check?

  • TheCutieKrew
    TheCutieKrew 2 months ago +3

    To be honest they could be alive we have only explored 5% of the ocean

    • TheCutieKrew
      TheCutieKrew Month ago

      I don’t even know what that is

    • taylor dinty
      taylor dinty Month ago +1

      Did you get that fact from the hotel trivargo advert?

  • The Masses
    The Masses 2 months ago

    Ur videos always amaze me and tthey are the bestttt❤

  • Isa van den Heuvel
    Isa van den Heuvel 2 months ago +11

    I find it so hard to believe that such an invincible animal has gone extinct.

  • Michelle Santos
    Michelle Santos 2 months ago +13

    Since over 80% of the ocean is undiscovered, how can we know for certain meglagon is extinct?

    • Nick Gurr
      Nick Gurr 24 days ago +3

      Michelle Santos since meg ate 2500 lbs of food every day, and if meg was still alive today nothing could harm him so every baby would survive and boom there are a million megs. :) that wouldnt go unnoticed xd

    • Thunder CRz
      Thunder CRz Month ago +1

      Because the sciencetist said so?

    • Parth verma
      Parth verma Month ago +1

      Michelle Santos 95 actually just saying

  • Justin Thinkerbit
    Justin Thinkerbit 2 months ago

    If a megalodon is black and looks like a giant great white about 40ft long then there not extinct or at least 30 years ago it wasn't because I observed one for about 5 minutes or so, I had a clear view with a third of its body above the water, sited it in west Australian waters , north of Broome , at first I thought it was a whale until I noticed the tail moving side to side, unbelievable thing to see, giant whites or megalodons are alive .

  • Aka Neymar
    Aka Neymar 2 months ago +1

    So a 98ft whale exists, while a 60ft shark doesnt? Ggs

  • Aka Neymar
    Aka Neymar 2 months ago

    Hmmmm, we explored about 7% of the seas/oceans, so maybe the megladon is alive HOWEVER I'm pretty sure he has adapted and has become much smaller to fit the new food source and temperatures.

  • Fyion Davis
    Fyion Davis 2 months ago

    The Meg will beat all of animals

  • Meredith Green
    Meredith Green 2 months ago

    This horrible!!!!!

  • Angelique rules!
    Angelique rules! 2 months ago

    *Shark eat shrek*

  • Michael Young
    Michael Young 2 months ago

    Megaladon would win against Livyatan

  • Scott Lombardi
    Scott Lombardi 2 months ago +15

    The Megladons are in hiding with Elvis & Tupac

  • marianne prescott
    marianne prescott 2 months ago

    There were Meg teeth along Fernandina beach in Florida. Many surfaced when dredging took place to replenish the beach. My mum found a couple along the beach.

  • Sean Love
    Sean Love 2 months ago

    The megladon still exists

  • The PVZ Paper Maker
    The PVZ Paper Maker 2 months ago +1

    Yes, Nurse Sharks!! They are so nice and cute!!❤️❤️

  • Daniel Shnaider
    Daniel Shnaider 3 months ago +1

    I am not scared

  • vicki rose
    vicki rose 3 months ago +1

    Meg would win

  • scary gaming dino
    scary gaming dino 3 months ago

    maybe but no

  • Georges Kaouk
    Georges Kaouk 3 months ago +2

    4:01 276 teeth
    He said 276 feet

    • Shield Theater
      Shield Theater 2 months ago

      I had to search the comments to make sure somehow else caught this lol

  • Kylon Lewis
    Kylon Lewis 3 months ago +1

    No!
    A Liviytan can not beat a Megalodon

  • desmadre 310
    desmadre 310 3 months ago

    11.58 his teeth looks like pencils

  • helen elliott
    helen elliott 3 months ago +1

    with only 3-5% of the ocean explored, yep i do

  • yeefuture
    yeefuture 3 months ago

    Yes

  • Claudia Campbell
    Claudia Campbell 3 months ago

    When will we realize that the earth is only a little over 6 yrs old

  • Joise Mattiazzi
    Joise Mattiazzi 3 months ago

    I want to see it in real life

  • Te wateas world
    Te wateas world 3 months ago

    i love sharks

  • Te wateas world
    Te wateas world 3 months ago

    nope megys are not real anymore i just wish i had one for a pet but no there gone there extinced this is soooooo photoshopped but they did use to exist

  • PeytonB
    PeytonB 3 months ago

    What?! Megldons are the cutest fish ever I’m sad that there gon):

  • Francine Arcieri
    Francine Arcieri 3 months ago +1

    Megs exist Big blue prime example maybe a couple not a heard

  • Akief EHM
    Akief EHM 3 months ago

    megalodon will win

  • Ron Hillier
    Ron Hillier 3 months ago

    Funny that they use pics of Sand Tiger sharks which look nothing like any sharks in the carcharodon species.

  • J Villanueva
    J Villanueva 3 months ago +1

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  • Tasmia Roza
    Tasmia Roza 3 months ago +2

    According to archaeological studies, humans WERE alive during the late rein of the megalodon. A very famous skeleton of the 3 million year old unevolved version of a human named LUCY was found by some archaeologists. The video shows that the Megalodon died off 2.6 million years ago. Which stated that humans WERE around near the time of megalodon's extinction.

  • MAD JOHNSEY
    MAD JOHNSEY 3 months ago

    There’s this kid who said he and his dad killed a megalodon

  • Thor Boysen
    Thor Boysen 3 months ago +2

    Wow! A megalodon could easily defeat even an orca...! That says something!

  • Karren Lopez
    Karren Lopez 3 months ago

    I think meg because he the strongest bite power and he is big

  • Jake Hedges
    Jake Hedges 4 months ago

    I think meg went extinct with the dinosaurs

  • Eternity Gaming
    Eternity Gaming 4 months ago +2

    I think the Meg would win since the Meg has a bigger mouth, and tougher more flexible skin.

  • Eternity Gaming
    Eternity Gaming 4 months ago +6

    BTW the Meg can grow from 50 to 80 ft, not 40 to 60.

    • Bryan Gillie
      Bryan Gillie Month ago

      I watched "The Meg" yesterday and I'm pretty sure they are 100 to 120ft long.. Why would Hollywood lie to us about such things..... lol

    • Maria Osborn
      Maria Osborn 2 months ago +1

      @Eternity Gaming Although it would have definitely been pretty neat if they did grow to 80 feet. And terrifying. 😓😅

    • Eternity Gaming
      Eternity Gaming 2 months ago +1

      @Maria Osborn true but, at it's early years, there were less competitors and more food. I guess you're right.

    • Maria Osborn
      Maria Osborn 2 months ago +1

      @Eternity Gaming Could be. Hard to tell. Anything is possible. Although at 80 feet long it would have to eat an awful lot to sustain itself.

    • Eternity Gaming
      Eternity Gaming 2 months ago +1

      @Maria Osborn think the largest was bigger than 70 ft, like about 80? right?

  • JWisin Santos
    JWisin Santos 4 months ago

    Suchus (su-cus) not (su-chus)