Giant Shark: Megalodon, the Super Prehistoric Predator

# Giant Shark: Megalodon, the Super Prehistoric Predator æ PDF Read by ! Caroline Arnold eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. Giant Shark: Megalodon, the Super Prehistoric Predator Award-winning author Caroline Arnold takes young readers deep beneath the prehistoric sea to investigate the habits of this monstrous shark. Fluid, detailed watercolors accompany this clear and accessible account of one of the most incredible creatures to inhabit our world. For millions of years, a massive shark more than twice as huge as the modern-day great white shark cruised the depths of the ocean, attacking and devouring prey. It was the biggest predatory shark ever. Index.. Fossil remains

Giant Shark: Megalodon, the Super Prehistoric Predator

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Rating : 4.42 (817 Votes)
Asin : 0395914191
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-01-13
Language : English

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Award-winning author Caroline Arnold takes young readers deep beneath the prehistoric sea to investigate the habits of this monstrous shark. Fluid, detailed watercolors accompany this clear and accessible account of one of the most incredible creatures to inhabit our world. For millions of years, a massive shark more than twice as huge as the modern-day great white shark cruised the depths of the ocean, attacking and devouring prey. It was the biggest predatory shark ever. Index.. Fossil remains reveal megalodon

"Best book ever!" according to Junaid Hamid. This is an excellent book for anyone who loves sharks, especially Megalodon.That person who said that Liopleuridon could snack on him please, Megalodon would have put up the best fight.And when he said that liopleuridons jaws were 1Best book ever! This is an excellent book for anyone who loves sharks, especially Megalodon.That person who said that Liopleuridon could snack on him please, Megalodon would have put up the best fight.And when he said that liopleuridons jaws were 13 feet long well their not, their only 10 feet long.Well anyways this is an excellent book, and once you read it you will find out who was the top predator!!!. feet long well their not, their only 10 feet long.Well anyways this is an excellent book, and once you read it you will find out who was the top predator!!!. A Customer said Makes the Great White Shark Seem Puny. The authors have written an excellent description of Megalodon, the giant shark of about Makes the Great White Shark Seem Puny The authors have written an excellent description of Megalodon, the giant shark of about 30 million years ago whom some think may still exist. Describing the species in some detail, especially its skeleton and tooth structure, the narrative truly describes an eating machine, invincible to all in the sea except another Megalodon. They authors are wrong on one point however, the Megalodon is not the largest sea predator ever. That honor belongs to Liepleurodon, a late Jurassic Plesiosaur that had thirteen foot jaws and weighed up to 150 tons. It could have snacked upon Meg. 0 million years ago whom some think may still exist. Describing the species in some detail, especially its skeleton and tooth structure, the narrative truly describes an eating machine, invincible to all in the sea except another Megalodon. They authors are wrong on one point however, the Megalodon is not the largest sea predator ever. That honor belongs to Liepleurodon, a late Jurassic Plesiosaur that had thirteen foot jaws and weighed up to 150 tons. It could have snacked upon Meg. A Customer said This is an excellent book. Well I love this book, why because it's all true.Megalodon was a super huge top predator, of it's time.Megalodon was an excellent predator, with 6 foot long jaws.Megalodon bite strength was 60 tons of pressure per square inch, thats enough to crush a truck.Well anyways this book tells you how big this shark was, and it's super capabilities.Well this is a good book I think the whole world should get it!!!!!

Overall, this book's glowing artwork, clearly accessible text, and engrossing subject will attract readers like a magnet does iron filings.Patricia Manning, formerly at Eastchester Public Library, NY Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc. Some purists may grumble at Arnold's terming a 52-foot megalodon as "the largest ocean predator" (60-foot sperm whales not being vegetarians), but this is a most minor carp. . From School Library Journal Grade 4-6-Arnold's readable, informative book, which looks at a giant marine predator that cruised the Miocene and Pliocene seas for millions of years, will grab shark lovers and dinophiles alike. Though no complete megalodon skeleton has been discovered to date, the author has compiled the data from numerous partial finds, compared it with that of modern sharks with likely close relationships, and extrapolated possible physical ch

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