When the oarfish carcass washed up on the shore, it was little more than bones. The shark ate the entire eighteen foot oarfish. How big was this shark? What if it developed a taste for human blood?
"We should take this to the aquarium. If anyone, they can identify the shark teeth." Alan said.
"I agree. We should also take in a few oarfish bones." Gary replied. The men got in a jeep and drove off to the Monetary Bay Aquarium.
The aquarium wasn't too crowded that day. That was good, considering that the men were carrying these remains. They asked a marine bioligist if they could take the bones to the staff office. The bioligist said they could, and they carried the bones to the office.
"This is odd." One of the scientists told them, "They're not Great White teeth. These are bigger." She then handed them to another scientist, who also closely examined the specimens, and then that scientist looked out the window, only to see a giant head and fin emerge from the water and crunch down on a twelve foot long fishing boat, completely destroying and sinking the vessel, and eating the fish on board, and also injuring a couple of people on board, dewvouring one.
"Oh no..." The scientist said, "It's a Megalodon."