Things to know about the Megalodon in Hungry Shark Evolution

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In order to know more about the Hungry Shark Evolution Megalodon, it is best to read this article. Well, Megalodon is one of the interesting sharks in the game which you can unlock. In this article, you will be given several aspects of the shark in which you might find them interesting. You can find them below this sentence.

What it is

Well, if you have played the game, then, it is highly possible that you are already aware of the fact that the game contains a lot of shark species in it, either the extant species or the extinct sharks. Megalodon is one of the extinct shark species which you can unlock. Although not the largest shark in the game, its real-life counterpart was actually described as the largest shark species ever swam in the oceans of Earth (most of the other sharks in the game with larger sizes are actually ancient sea reptiles), albeit its size was not as grandeur as the size in the game.

Although it is not the largest sea creature you can unlock in the game, the Hungry Shark Evolution Megalodon remains a shark with deadly capabilities. You can use the shark to eat almost everything available in the game except larger enemy sharks which require you to have higher-leveled sharks to unlock in order to beat them into submission.

Abilities

It is true that Megalodon was never the largest shark you can unlock in the game, but unlocking it will always be satisfying since it is the first shark to enable you to eat dangerous types of mines except the largest one called the Death Mine or Ultra Mine. Besides, its high jump enables you to feast upon the paragliders without needing to purchase a jetpack to assist you. Well, those are several things you need to know about Hungry Shark Evolution Megalodon!

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