Internet Officially Mad at Shark Week for Airing a Fake Megalodon Documentary

Internet Officially Mad at Shark Week for Airing a Fake Megalodon Documentary

Did you know that #SharkWeek2014's Megalodon documentary was false?

Did you know that #SharkWeek2014's Megalodon documentary was false?

#SharkWeek Opens With Fake Megalodon Documentary. (You know, I read amazingly fast - and I could not read that disclaimer. I don't even get through the first line of text before it disappears.)

Shark Week Opens With Fake Megalodon Documentary

#SharkWeek Opens With Fake Megalodon Documentary. (You know, I read amazingly fast - and I could not read that disclaimer. I don't even get through the first line of text before it disappears.)

Remember that dumb megalodon documentary released by the Discovery Channel for Shark Week in 2014? It was completely fake!

Remember that dumb megalodon documentary released by the Discovery Channel for Shark Week in 2014? It was completely fake!

prehistoric sharks megalodon | megalodon shark week A double handful!

prehistoric sharks megalodon | megalodon shark week A double handful!

Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives | Monster Week | Animal Planet this picture is from one of my favorite megalodon documentary's (they actually do find megalodon!)

Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives | Monster Week | Animal Planet this picture is from one of my favorite megalodon documentary's (they actually do find megalodon!)

Have you been angered by the Discovery Channel recently? Maybe for its completely erroneous Megalodon "documentary," or its disgusting, botched "man eaten alive by anaconda" stunt? Well, then you're probably a decent person. You also might be Rich Ross, the new president of the Discovery Channel.

New Discovery Channel President Declares "No More Bullsh*t" Policy

Have you been angered by the Discovery Channel recently? Maybe for its completely erroneous Megalodon "documentary," or its disgusting, botched "man eaten alive by anaconda" stunt? Well, then you're probably a decent person. You also might be Rich Ross, the new president of the Discovery Channel.

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