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Stjepan Sucec from Pokupsko Village, in central Croatia, some 60 km from the capital Zagreb, holds a tooth that he found in river Kupa during his search for shells in Pokupsko, on August 21,2015. Geologist Drazen Japundzic from the Natural History Museum in Zagreb acknowledged that is probably a tooth of Magalodon Shark (Charcharodon megalodon) who lived approximately 16 to 2.6 million years ago during Neogene period in Cenozoic. The Megadolon Shark is regarded as one of the largest and most powerful predators in history. Fossil remains suggest that this giant shark reached maximum lenght of 18 metres. Megalodon Shark lived in oceans and seas around the world, includind here in the area of the former Pannonian sea. AFP PHOTO /STRINGER ==CROATIA OUT== (Photo credit should read -/AFP via Getty Images)
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Editorial #:
484765492
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AFP
Date created:
August 21, 2015
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AFP
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Object name:
Par8252955
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