Welcome back to Weird Animal Questions, where you post or tweet your questions on anything animal and we answer a few every week. Your questions were all about aquatic animals this time around, so let’s get right into the swim.
Kevin also wondered if there’s any chance the biggest shark ever, megalodon (Carcharocles megalodon), is still alive out there.
At 60 feet (18.2 meters) long and 77 tons, this beast ruled the ocean from about 17 to 2 million years ago. Could it be alive today? “No, no, no! The Great Lakes’ biggest known sturgeon was caught in Lake Superior in 1922 and weighed 310 pounds (140 kilograms).

According to the University of Michigan, sturgeon have been around for more than a hundred million years, though they’re fast-evolving fish, spanning 29 species.
The arachnids can also sail by holding their two front legs up into the wind and letting the breeze push them along the surface. Our last question comes via Facebook from Garry, whose three-year-old granddaughter is all about alligators. Alligators have between 74 and 80 teeth, according to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, and the reptiles can regrow teeth whenever they need them.
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The animal was estimated to be a hundred years old, according to the book Fishing the Great Lakes: An Environmental History, 1783-1933.

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