MOST TERRIFYING SEA MONSTERS IN THE WORLD
Published at : 20 Dec 2020
MOST TERRIFYING SEA MONSTERS IN THE WORLD
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10 Terrifying Sea Monsters
Have you ever been to the scary depths of the ocean? Sure, you've seen romantic videos of divers
swimming with seals and dolphins. You've seen the fun parts of the sea. You've seen the depths of the
ocean under sunny skies and amazing weather.
But have you seen the sea at its absolute worst? At its all-encompassing madness? Have you seen the
sea produce the worst beings it can produce?
Well, if you haven't, get ready to be shocked. On today's episode of 100M, we'll be taking you on a tour
of the sea and the most terrifying monsters to ever swim in it.
Get ready. This is going to be one scary ride.
10 The Dunkleosteus
What would you call a fish with an armour-like body with the strongest bite force of any fish ever
discovered? Would you call such a being a regular fish or something scarier— something so depraved
that it is cursed to lurk in the darkness and depths of the sea for all of eternity?
Well, before you get carried away by imagination, such an animal exists, and its name is the
Dunkleosteus. This ancient-looking fish that looks scarier than anything in the water today lived about
four hundred million years ago.
And what were humans doing four hundred million years ago? Nothing. We'd not even evolved. Despite
living more than four hundred million years ago, this monster of a fish has managed to retain part of its
So, what makes this animal so ridiculously scary? Well, two things. Thing number one is its appearance.
Imagine the Thing from Fantastic Four. Now, imagine the thing as a fish.
Scary, right? Well, that's exactly how this bad boy looked like. Furthermore, this beast of a fish had a
biteforce that was much greater than that of any fish. The fish had a biteforce that very nearly rivalled
that of the Trex.
Yes, the 50-foot tall gigantic monster. That Trex.
Generally speaking, you don't want to encounter large things in the water. Even the Blue Whale, an
animal that doesn't fancy eating human beings, would be scary to approach in water.
Talk less of the Liopleurodon, a gigantic blood thirty sea creature. The Lio is a great marine creature and
was one of the scariest animals of the Jurassic era. It could grow up to an astonishing and frankly
amazing thirty feet, and it had huge teeth that would have torn most marine life apart.
When you see an animal like this you probably think, oh well, it may be large, huge, scary and all of
that— but it certainly doesn't swim very fast. So it would have a hard time catching a fast swimmer.
Well, if you thought that, you would be extraordinarily wrong. Despite its size, the Liopleurodon was a
surprisingly fast swimmer. Asides this, it also had an amazing sense of smell which is used to locate prey.
Does the Liopleurodon sound very scary? Of course it thus. But get this; the Liopleurodon wasn't even
the scariest animal in its class. That title goes the simply ridiculous Kronosaurus
The Kronosaurus was a huge lizard-like creature that existed around in the Early Cretaceous period,
which ended about 100 million years ago. It was among the largest animals in its class and was a force to
be reckoned with.
It's little wonder the animal was named after the leader of the Greek Titans because it was the leader of
its class of animals too— at least in size and sheer fearsomeness.
Like the other animals of its class, the Kronosaurus was a marine reptile. It had a short neck, an
elongated head and a stiff body that was propelled by four powerful and strong flippers. As you'd expect
of an animal of this size, the Kronosaurus is carnivorous, and it has long, sharp conical teeth that help it
tear through animals
Generally speaking, scorpions are extremely scary animals. Seriously, have you ever seen one? You
probably recoiled in fear and shock. They are even scarier than snakes to some extent. Everyone knows
that the sting of a scorpion is something that you should never get.
All this true, even though the biggest scorpions barely reach ten inches. Now, imagine a scorpion that
was about the size of a full-sized human. Wouldn't that be scary in a whole different way and an entirely
different level? Of course, it would be.
And that's precisely why the Jaekelopterus made this list. This weird and scary looking creature ruled its
corner of the waters as the apex predator about four hundred million years ago. Despite probably being
the smallest animal on this list, the Jaekelopterus was a terrifying monster. It grew to about eight feet
tall and it had long spiked claws that would have been useful in ensnaring any animal that came close to