What has the most powerful bite in history? A CAT scan of a great white shark. (Image credit: Stephen Wroe et al.) The most powerful bite of all time has been found — that of the prehistoric giant shark Megalodon, which makes that of T. rex look puny.
What is the strongest human bite?
In August 1986, Richard Hofmann (b. 1949) of Lake City, Florida, USA, achieved a bite strength of 442 kg (975 lb) for approximately 2 sec in a research test using a gnathodynamometer at the College of Dentistry, University of Florida, USA. This figure is more than six times the normal biting strength.
What was the slowest dinosaur?
Thyrephora were the slowest dinosaurs from the Ornithiscia group. They would be covered in bony plates or spikes to protect themselves as they could not run away.
Is the Kraken alive?
The Kraken, the mythical beast of the sea, is real. Giant squid live in the dark depths of the ocean, and very little is known about them to this day. Until 2005, no scientist had ever photographed a living giant squid. One hadn't been filmed until 2013.
Is there a black demon?
It is said to be anywhere between 20-60 feet long, and the size of a schoolbus. Sightings of this creature are rare, and no physical evidence has been found to prove the creatures existence. So, few people have reported that they have seen this huge Black Demon, but there are no proofs or evidences of it.