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Discussion in '2008 Archive' started by UnchartedSpirit, Jan 24, 2007.
"Living Fossil Found"
Hmmmmmmm, IF this gets any attention besides passing curiosity it can be used in either of two ways.
evolutionists: See? We told you so.
creationists: See? We told you so.
Looks like a new variety of sushi will soon be available!
Personally I think this shark looks like a tax gatherer or a car dealer
Now I am not saying this picture is a used car salesman but car dealers(cheats) sure do look like this on the inside.:smilewinkgrin: ...ugaaaly...ohhhhgalee
These have been known to live at great depths for a long time. Because the deep sea hasn't changed much over time, there are a lot of animals that haven't changed much either.
I wonder what this says about the possible existance of CARCHARODON MEGALODON?
I was gonna say that all sharks are weird-looking, but this one takes the cake.
How does a fish that lives in water 2000 feet deep come out with it's guts still inside ? I've caught little bitty dogfish sharks in Boston that can't handle a 150 foot change in pressure.
But they are handsome sharks compared to this unfortunate critter.
Brother Curtis, this poor fellow even makes you and me look pretty good by comparison. :thumbsup:
C. megalodon appeared about the same time that whales were first venturing into the open ocean. They were relatively slow and being large and edible, sharks got bigger to handle them.
Then whales got even bigger, faster, and some of them got a lot meaner, probably turning the tables on the slower and less adaptable sharks, as orcas do today. And C. megalodon wasn't able to adjust to the new realities. About the time sperm whales and orcas appeared, the monster sharks disappeared.
Is a cake what he came to the surface to look for?
That shark reminds me of that boss I used to have.
Dont quit your day job.
I don't have a day job; I work nights.