Megalodon is just a giant mouth; it's easy to beat it if you have a long body that can wrap around it and squeeze the life out of it, because it can't do much to get itself free. Unfortunately for Mr Shark, that's exactly what the Big Octo and Leviathan have.
So finally, it's Big Octo vs Leviathan...and Leviathan is clearly the winner. No questions. It's a fucking monster with all sorts of crazy fantasy features that allow it to basically kill anything.
i'll pick the one not extinct or fictional. Giant squid sightings off the coast of Mexico baby! Check out the episode of monster hunters, i think they actually get a crappy/half focused shot of one. sigh, never any good shots of monsters like that.
Megalodon for deadliest real creature but that leviathan is pure death. I mean just no. lol You see that and you just have a heart attack and die on the spot, it doesn't even have to kill you you kill yourself.
Leviathan. It's huge (For the size bonus of the Megalodon), the grabby-tingies (in place of the arm bonus of the octopus), and More maneuverable than the plesiosaurus. And it also looks more well-armored than any of the others.
BerryBombtasticFeatured By OwnerFeb 23, 2013Student General Artist
Leviathan scares me..*shivers* But i'm also torn between the Megalodon too..because I have a great fear of underwater things, and he looks mighty scary to me DX Well, then again, so does the Plesiosaurus, simply becuase it swims beneath water too..GAR! Can't make up my min! @-@
You know it's funny, most people here seem to be (from what I read) picking creatures that they found scary, even though you said 'which creature is the deadliest' i.e. dangerous not 'scariest'. :/ People should read. xD
That's why I picked the giant octopus. I mean look at the picture, it felled a ship! The others would be very dangerous to a single person or group of people but to be able to sink a ship and kill hundreds of people... now that's deadly.
I chose the giant octopus. The reason is that octopi are actually quite intelligent.
I remember seeing something that showed a octopus trying to solve a puzzle to get a crab that was placed inside it, and it couldn't figure it out. In the tank next to it there was an older one and the people placed the same puzzle in that one's tank. There was a metal slide inbetween the two tanks and the people removed it so the young octopus could watch the older one solving the puzzle and getting the crab. They then placed the same puzzle in the young one's tank and it solved it on it's first try.
They learn like humans do, they observe and they learn from it.
Sorry, but poor old fashioned Basilosaurus is outflanked by both megalodon and it's strongest rival of all times, the REAL Leviatan: Livyatan melvillei - the Giant Sperm Whale, that had a bigger Mouth than Basilosaurus entire Head and the longest biting teeth (not tusks) of all times known up to now.