Published on April 15th, 2019 | by Liz Martin-Silverstone
Megalodon and Marine Megafauna
Undoubtedly, Megalodon is the world’s most famous extinct shark is and in this episode, we hear everything we know about this taxon, its ecology and how it got to be so big. Its ultimate extinction is also considered, not in isolation, but placed in the wider context of the entire marine ecosystem.
Joining us is Dr Catalina Pimiento of Swansea University.
Cover image: White Shark by Terry Goss CC BY-SA 3.0
3D scan: NHMUK PV OR 46994 by Natural History Museum, London.