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Making a megalodon: the evolving science behind estimating the size of the largest ever killer shark

By John Long, Strategic Professor in Palaeontology, Flinders University
Mikael Siversson, Head of Department, Earth & Planetary Sciences, Western Australian Museum
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Two museum exhibits, one in the Smithsonian and one in Australia, have opened public displays featuring the spectacular meg. But while both models are mega impressive, they're not the same. Why?

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