Thursday, October 02, 2014

Excuse me but...



Shark, twice the size of the Great White, and previously thought extinct, captured off the coast of Pakistan.

//The giant creature first thought to be a great white shark was rapidly declared by experts to be an unknown species of shark as it’s great weight and size were unheard of. Analysis of the teeth suggest the shark to be a parent of the Megalodon, an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 28 to 1.5 million years ago, during the Cenozoic Era.

The sea creature that measures an incredible 10.4 meters and weighs an astounding 15.6 tons is the largest living shark ever caught to date, great white sharks reaching an impressive 7 tons at full growth, a size that is no match for this giant prehistoric shark that can reach an imposing 20 meters in length and possibly weight up to 30 tons, depending on estimates.

It seems like we are finding more and more undiscovered animals these days.

And now for the obligatory "end of the world" plug:

//“Are rising sea temperatures forcing these beasts to come up closer to the shores or was this animal simply hurt and suffering from a disorienting handicap, these questions are left unanswered” claims local marine biologist Rajar Muhammar.//

Quick!  Get that man some funding!!!!

Off course, it's World News Daily, so let's wait for confirmation.


Too bad.

The world is little poorer.

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