THE GARRY LIIMATTA SEA MONSTER – Have we Identified This Mysterious Creature?

Tyrannosaurus rex squares off against a Triceratops.

Solving the Mystery of Why Tyrannosaurus Rex Had Such Tiny Arms.

The mystery of why Tyrannosaurs – and Tyrannosaurus rex in particular –  had such tiny arms, has been a focal point of paleontological discussions for going on… Read more »

An albino whale shark. Image credit Antonio Moreano

The 1918 Port Stephens Shark – was it a Megalodon?

In 1918, a group of lobster fishermen, fishing out of Port Stephens, AU, experienced a sighting of what is, conceivably, the largest shark ever recorded. Described as… Read more »

Megalodon teeth at first stage of bite, lining up with whale ribs before compression. Copyright 2018 Max Hawthorne, all rights reserved

THE SECRET BEHIND MEGALODON’S BITE – by Max Hawthorne

Carcharodon megalodon was the largest carnivorous fish known to man, and had the biggest, baddest bite of any known shark. It was a macropredatory mackerel shark that… Read more »