Jaws

John  Kapusta

Cape Coral, United States

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At the Fort Myers museum. During the reign of the dinosaurs, Florida was covered by a shallow sea. Global sea levels were elevated due to higher temperatures melting polar ice caps. The resulting Florida seas were roamed by enormous sea animals such as the Basilosaurus and Megalodon. The set of teeth depicted in this exhibit belonged to Meglodon a very large shark like predator that roamed the shallow sea. Like its relative of today the Great White Shark it was at the top of the food chain. You have to admit it had quite a bite!

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