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Read & Download Megalodon ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Free read ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ñ Robin Brown Free download Megalodon Popular ePub, Megalodon Author Robin Brown There are many interesting. Soyea This wasn t a great read I ve always been fascinated and petrified by sharks Megalodons in particular have long been a favorite research topic of mine In fact I consider myself an extremely amateur expert on MegsI ve been studying them and their distant cousins the Great White for than two decades Megalodon took everything I ve learned about these apex predators and shit all over the information I m not sure this author got much of anything rightthis novel is nothing but a hot mess express First the Megs aren t really even a part of this story They re secondary at best Biologically this book focuses on dolphins orcas and sperm whalesbut even they re secondary to 80s politics ie the Cold War Second the information about Megs in this novel goes against everything I know to be true after years of research For example we know that Great White sharks are cousins to the Megalodon Great Whites are apex predators who hunt alone and who utilize ram ventilation This means they must be constantly moving to force water through their gillsit s how they breath It s safe to assume since Great White sharks have these characteristics so too do Megs However Robin Brown has these giant sharks living in family units hunting together and burrowing in a cave on the sea floor for warmth The misinformation drove me crazy Third while I do consider dolphins to be one of the most intelligent creatures on Earth the fact they re able to talk in this book really forces the reader into some serious suspension of belief This book was written in the 80s It s currently 2019 heading into 2020 We still can t communicate with sea creatures like they do in this bookeven with our far advanced and superior technology While it was sort of fun to read the thoughts of these amazing creatures it also made the novel seem cartoonish Further there were a million plot holes story lines that went absolutely nowhere characters with agendas I frankly didn t understand and an immensely unsatisfying conclusion Bottom line fellow readersif you want to read about Megalodons check out Steve Alten s Meg series of books Although still mildly implausible they re much entertaining and stick far closer to the science of predatory sharks


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    Free download Megalodon Robin Brown ñ 5 Read & Download Free read ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ñ Robin Brown Soyea. This wasn't a great read. I've always been fascinated (and petrified) by sharks. Megalodons, in particular, have long been a favorite research topic of mine. In fact, I consider myself an extremely amateur "expert" on MegsI've been studying them, and their distant cousins, the Great White, for than two decades. Megalodon took everything I've learned about these apex predators and shit all over the inform

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    Free download Megalodon (PDF) Megalodon Robin Brown ñ 5 Read & Download For fans of Michael Crichton and Matthew Reilly. Adventure at its best. Read while I was a teen in the 1980's. But love to this day. I blame my twin brother and his obsession with sharks for this one. Jaws gave me nightmares but I loved this.

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    (PDF) Megalodon This was enjoyable enough just for pure entertainment but it wasn't very well written. The pacing was off and there was all this political stuff that just didn't make sense to me.

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