Kess73 wrote: »
Also means the modern day Whale shark may be bigger as it is thought that they did/do grow much larger than the largest measured specimen which was just over 40 feet in length.
Adam Khor wrote: »
Very true, but then again chances that we have the biggest Leedsichthys specimens ever are very, very slim, so it could also be that Leedsichthys could grow just as large...
A truck carrying a bunch of slime eels recently crashed on the highway in Oregon, releasing a mind-boggling amount of slime and forcing the highway to close.
The slithery creatures fell off a truck on Highway 101 in Oregon yesterday (July 13), causing a five-car crash, coating nearby cars in a Ghostbusters'-worthy amount of slime, and sending the spooked creatures slithering across the road, Oregon Live reported.https://www.livescience.com/59801-hagfish-slime-composition.html
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