Jax Museum of Science & History exhibit spotlights
Megalodon, the largest shark that ever lived
A 60-foot, 75-ton prehistoric shark donimates a new exhibit at the Museum of Science & History in Jacksonvlle, running through Sept. 14. The exhibit, "Megalodon: The Largest Shark That Ever Lived," was developed by the Florida Museum of Natural History with support from the National Science Foundation. Sections of the exhibit focus on the shark's prehistoric habitat, modern threats to today's sharks, and how Megalodon has achieved cult-like status in modern culture. The museum is located at 1025 Museum Circle, Jacksonville. For more information, click here or call 904-396-MOSH.
Read the story in the Florida Times-Union: Megalodon, an exhibit about the largest shark that ever lived, coming to the Museum of Science & History