THE MEG HAS BROUGHT OUT AN ARMY OF 'MEGALODON BELIEVERS' FROM THE MURKY DEPTHS OF SOCIAL MEDIA

Conspiracy theorists believe these titanically huge sharks do exist in today's oceans. Scientists, they say, deny this due to fear they would be hunted to extinction.

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