Shark Week – Discovery Channel – Satellite Photo Of Megalodon
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[Shark Week – Discovery Channel – Satellite Photo Of Megalodon]
THE NEW EVIDENCE
[Interviewer (Discovery Channel):] Source: LYBIO.net
Alright so, what’s the new evidence now?
[Collin Drake (Unnamed U.S. Government Agency):]
A satellite photo near Sao Paolo.
[Interviewer (Discovery Channel):]
Alright, this I want to see. Lets take a look at that.
“A DARK BLOOM IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC” – NASA
It was taken by NASA and it caused them immediate concern amongst the environmental community.
Alright first blush, it looks like a giant oil spill, right?
That was the fear yeah, you know there is a lot of off shore drilling along the Brazilian coast, fortunately though, it turned out to be a swarm of microbes known as “mario-necro-ruba” (ph) and they are not hazardous to marine life.
Then why was this brought to your attention, then?
Well during the initial investigation the agent who was studying the swarm noticed something out in the water.
Okay, kind of a spec.
Ya. Well at this resolution it’s a spec, when it’s zoomed in though, they got this.
Its a little fuzzy, but I’d say that’s a shark.
And not just any shark. If you look at this other satellite photo I brought, it was taken at the same resolution of a school bus yard in near Sao Paolo. Now those are forty-foot buses and when you compare them next to the first photo, I’d say that’s a 70-foot shark.
Alright, lets ask the obvious first question here: “Do you really think that this is the same animal that was spotted two months earlier on the other side of the ocean at Cape Verde?
[Collin Drake:] Source: LYBIO.net
Look, that’s a 3,000 mile trip and you know, it sounds like a lot but Great Whites have been tracked going 1,500 miles in a month. So for a Megalodon that would be nothing. Also, sharks are known to re-visit old haunts. Great Whites for instance have been tagged leaving the East-Coast to the U.S. going on a random winding trip through the North-Atlantic and they are returning a year later almost to the day to the same spot that they were tagged. So, similar behavior from the Megalodon makes complete sense.
If indeed this is Megalodon.
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