Megalodon was a species of giant shark that lived around the world from the late Oligocene to the early Pleistocene periods. The exact classification of Megalodon has been disputed for decades, mostly concerning whether it should be placed in the species Carcharodon megalodon (thus classifying it as a relative of the great white shark) or the species Carcharocles megalodon. As this debate is still unresolved, the creature's full name is usually referred to as C. megalodon. Whatever its classification, it was one of the largest and most powerful predatory fish ever to live.
Megalodon lived all around the world from the Late Oligocene to the Early Pleistocene periods.
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Name: Carcharochles Megalodon
Origin: Real World (Pre-History)
Gender: Varies between individuals
Age: Varies between individuals
Classification: Selachimorpha, Lamniformes, Otodontidae, Carcharocles (or Carcharodon/Otodus)
Attack Potency: Wall level (Largest specimens had a bite force of 41,000 psi, or 282.7 MPa, the strongest bite ever recorded among predatory fishes)
Lifting Strength: At least Class 25 (Estimated to weigh around 25-40 tons in large adult, able to shake or carry small whales in its jaws)
Striking strength: Wall Class
Durability: Wall level (Can survive the bite of other Megalodons), likely Small building level
Stamina: Very High (Larger than Great White Shark and therefore can use anaerobic metabolism longer), but strongly suffer from lactic acid
Range: Standard melee range
Standard Equipment: None
Intelligence: Animalistic behaviors
Weaknessess: Plagued by lactic acid after long physical activity, probably avoids the conflicts (as modern sharks), can't live on the land, probably cannot swim in fresh bodies of water.