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Lost Files-Megalodon by joker-kornstantine Lost Files-Megalodon by joker-kornstantine
The idea for series of art called Jurassic Park: The Lost Files as well as the logo for the series is a great idea of user :iconhodarinundu: . I've deicided to add something from myself to his series as a Jurassic Park Universe fan and a fan of Hodari's art especially this series. So I give an Megalodon - a secret effect of cloning in the deepest labs of In-Gen. Read the description of this giant shark. BTW. I've left a message on Hodarii's profile to borrow his logo.
BTW. Lost Files is a completly fan-fiction and it's not in canon of the series.

JURASSIC PARK The Lost Files
Age: Pleistocene, 1,5 millions years ago. (last one extinct)
Range: Whole Globe
Lenght: 15-18 meters long
Weight: reaches 50 tons
Diet: Carnivore
The largest carnivore fish that ever lived in waters Megalodon was the apex predator of his times that roamed in all waters 1,5 millions years ago. Only one Megalodon was clonned by IN-GEN. However it was never planned to be given to public because of the agressive nature. Megalodon was a solitary hunter which was hunting everything that ocean has to offer but mostly his natural prey was whales. It's active 24 hours. The massive body requires a lots of food so Megaldon hunts almost always. It won't miss a chance to get a meal. It was holded in specially builded tank on Isla Sorna shore. Megalodon can swim very fast - above 50 miles per hour. That makes of him an excelent killing machine.
Trivia: Durning the Clarissa storm the shore station ran out of power so the tank was open giving the shark a free way to escape. Two evacuation ships was drowned and few people were devoured by this monster. Since the Sorna incident nobody heard and seen this shark in waters surounding LAs Cinco Muertes. However the are rumors coming from Australia areas that few people saw a gigantic shark in waters around Australia. Some say that this is the Megalodon clonned by In-Gen.
EXTREMLY DANGEROUS!
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dinostory Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Parahelicoporon!
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KritterKid Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Cue the JAWS music.
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marikimaru Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2009
aaaah I love the megalodon! I love sharks, and this one is totally scary and HUGE!!!! you made an awesome work :clap:
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Aslan3000 Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2009
so yr doing recently extinct animals for yr jurassic park
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