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Weird NewsMiddle School Student Discovers Megalodon Tooth Fossil on Spring Break

09:11  20 april  2019
09:11  20 april  2019 Source:   mentalfloss.com

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Avery Fauth was spending spring break with her family at North Topsail Beach in North Carolina when she noticed something buried in the sand. Avery and her sisters found a few more shark teeth that day from great whites, but her megalodon fossil was by far the most impressive treasure from the

Avery Fauth was spending spring break with her family at North Topsail Beach in North Carolina when she noticed something buried in the sand. Her father recognized the megalodon tooth : He had been searching for one for 25 years and had even taught his three daughters to scour the sand for shark

Middle School Student Discovers Megalodon Tooth Fossil on Spring Break © iStock.com/Mark Kostich Middle School Student Discovers Megalodon Tooth Fossil on Spring Break

A few million years ago, the megalodon was the most formidable shark in the sea, with jaws spanning up to 11 feet wide and a stronger bite than a T. Rex. Today the only things left of the supersized sharks are fossils, and a middle school student recently discovered one on a trip to the beach, WECT reports.

Avery Fauth was spending spring break with her family at North Topsail Beach in North Carolina when she noticed something buried in the sand. She dug it up and uncovered a shark tooth the length of her palm. She immediately knew she had found something special, and screamed to get her family's attention.

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Great White Sharks May Have Led to Megalodons' Extinction New fossil research shows that the last megalodons died off 1 million years earlier than previously believed, suggesting that the simultaneous rise of great white sharks contributed to their extinction.

Avery Fauth was spending spring break with her family at North Topsail Beach in North Carolina when she noticed something buried in the sand. Her father recognized the megalodon tooth : He had been searching for one for 25 years and had even taught his three daughters to scour the sand for shark

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Her father recognized the megalodon tooth: He had been searching for one for 25 years and had even taught his three daughters to scour the sand for shark teeth whenever they went to the beach. Avery and her sisters found a few more shark teeth that day from great whites, but her megalodon fossil was by far the most impressive treasure from the outing.

Megalodons dominated seas for 20 million years before suddenly dying out 3 million years ago. They grew between 43 and 82 feet long and had teeth that were up to 7.5 inches long—over twice the size of a great white's teeth. They're thought to be the largest sharks that ever lived.

Megalodon teeth have been discovered on every continent except Antarctica, but they're still a rare find. Avery Fauth plans to keep her fossil in a special box at home.

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