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Fake-News - 15-Ton Prehistoric Shark Captured Off Coast Of Pakistan

Fake-News - 15-Ton Prehistoric Shark Captured Off Coast Of Pakistan

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The Fake-News: 15-Ton Prehistoric Shark Captured Off Coast Of Pakistan

Giant Shark Captured

Karachi | A giant prehistoric shark previously thought to be extinct for more than 20 million years has been captured by local fishermen off the coast of Pakistan, reports the Islamabad Herald this morning.

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

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