National Megalodon Day

June 15, 2021

What Is National Megalodon Day?

The Megalodon is an extinct prehistoric shark that swam the oceans in the Cenzoic Era. Their mouths spanned over 11 feet wide and they weighed over 60 tons. These sharks began to dwindle around the Ice Age.

When Is National Megalodon Day?

National Megalodon Day is observed on June 15th.

History Of National Megalodon Day

The Aurora Fossil Museum first opened in June of 1978 and National Megalodon Day was established to mark its anniversary.

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