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Published on Aug 12, 2010
Florida Museum of Natural History researchers have discovered a 10-million-year-old Neotropical nursery area for the extinct megalodon shark in Panama, providing fossil evidence the fish used these types of areas to protect their young for millions of years. Join vertebrate paleontology graduate student Dana Ehret as he displays teeth scientists discovered during the project and compares them with other megalodon specimens.