A new extinct species of shark was identified using fossilized bone found in California, North Carolina, Peru and Japan. The 20-million-year old fossil coudl be related to the infamous Megalodon.
Newly discovered fossils indicate that giant sharks swam throughout ancient oceans 170 million years earlier than researchers previously thought.
Giant prehistoric teeth from an extinct species of shark known as Megalodon recently washed up on a beach in North Carolina. Since little is known about this ancient species, the newly discovered teeth may help researchers unlock more clues.