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What animal can kill Megalodon?

What animal can kill Megalodon?

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The true shark boy

Jul-14-2019 5:34 PM

Good evening boys and girls it’s shark boy, and I’m here to ask you what in history can kill a megalodon in a 1 on 1  

Rules: NO pack hunting only 1v1, the animal can be from any time period even our time.

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James Smilus

Jul-15-2019 1:21 PM

I think the livyatan is the closest I can think

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Jul-15-2019 6:13 PM

I think that a mosasaurus has a good chance against a megalodon.

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The true shark boy

Jul-16-2019 8:00 PM

Xenotaris other than Kronosaurus what else could go toe to toe with meg?

Kamoebas V.6

Jul-19-2019 3:18 AM

I will say that a box jellyfish could defeat it,because a box jellyfish isn't extinct,for an extinct sea creature,i would say Livyatan Mellivei.Livyatan Mellivei looks like a giant whale with sharp teeth,it has the same hunting tactics as the Megalodon, will be a good match-up,also they have similar sizes.And the box jellyfish could poison the Megalodon.


Aug-03-2019 3:22 PM

The true shark Boy

Okay how about Kronosaurus's cousin? The Liopleurodon


Aug-04-2019 4:15 PM

Liopleurodon was way too small to kill Meg, for crocs Purussaurus, Sarcosuchus, Rhamphosuchus, Deinosuchus, etc. stand the best chance, due to their size and agility, especially against a smaller or juvenile Mega. Pliosaurus, mosasaurus, livyatan, Carcharocles chubutensis, other Megalodon, and Tylosaurus could also win. There’s also some other creatures I’m forgetting.

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The true shark boy

Aug-11-2019 4:53 PM

TheLazyFish (other than the four that you mentioned) what other giant crocodilians could give the megalodon a run for its money?


Aug-13-2019 9:57 PM

Bigger doesn't mean better TheLazyFish

Kamoebas V.6

Aug-14-2019 3:47 AM

I will say that a Purussaurus and a Rhamposuchus will kill the Meg.

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Aug-14-2019 3:48 AM





Aug-14-2019 11:05 AM

I know that Xenotaris, but saying a Liopleurodon can kill a Megalodon is like saying a single Utahraptor can kill a Camarasaurus or an Ocelot can kill a Tiger. At a certain point a creature is too small to pose too much of a threat to a larger creature (without venom or other defenses like quills on a hedgehog). As far as we know, Liopluerodon possessed none of those. Seriously, a great white shark sized pliosaur to a Megalodon. No way.

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Aug-17-2019 2:06 PM

well if the liopluerodon is desperate enough it prove to be a nuisance. Also wolves have been known to take down animals way bigger than it, so Utahraptors taking down a Camarasaurus isn't too far fetched. Some Utahraptors can grow to roughly the same size as an Allosaurus europaeus.


Aug-17-2019 2:16 PM

I said a single one, and a single wolf won’t scare off a bear, and the difference is that the Megalodon would be actively looking to kill the Liopleurodon, not escape like an elk. Also, I meant Camarasaurus supremus, the one that got to 60 feet. That’s why it’s far fetched. It’s also like saying a great white would kill a Megalodon, seeing as it’s only slightly smaller than Liopleurodon. Sure, if they’re incredibly lucky with a gill shot, it’s possible. But usually, they’ll just be eaten.

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