Sea Monsters

  Quickbeam 11:08 27 Oct 2009

'It was this big... honest...' click here

Would anyone have dared to scuba dive 150 million years ago?

  lofty29 12:09 27 Oct 2009

They did it on "Primeval" a short while ago.

  donki 14:09 27 Oct 2009

I luv all that stuff. There was a program on not so long ago about a bread of shark called Megalodon, they made a great white look like a goldfish, similar is shape but could grow up to 18 metres long. They are believed to of died out 1.6 million years ago so I wouldn't have fancied going for a dip back then either :).

  morddwyd 20:28 27 Oct 2009

Unlike donki I really can't work up much interest in palaeontology.

I know it's important for our understanding of things, and for science, and I love archaeology, but old bones?

Sorry,got enough of my own!

  donki 09:32 28 Oct 2009

Its not so much the bones but the thought of such beasts exsisting and the process of putting the bones together to show what they would have looked like. In that since its not unlike archaeology in that there is much creative thought in putting the pieces together.

  Input Overload 11:23 28 Oct 2009

I think you would have been safe at Skegness on the Lincolnshire coast. you have to break the ice to have a paddle in the sea late August. Far to cold for sea monsters I think.

  Quickbeam 13:15 28 Oct 2009

It was like that just this August!

  Picklefactory 23:21 28 Oct 2009

Why did my ex-wife come to mind?

Strange how the mind works!

Or maybe that's just my mind. Hey ho!!!

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