$600,000Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$20Initial Offering Share Price
06/2021Initial Offering Date
More than 3.6 million years ago the largest shark to ever live roamed the oceans all across the globe. The megalodon could grow to be as long as 60 feet and weigh up to 50 tons — with a jaw capable of generating up to 40,000 pounds of force. Rally’s #MEGALODON consists of 184 fossil shark teeth carefully chosen from thousands of examples and set in an 8 ft by 9.5 ft resin jaw reconstruction. Collected from various South Carolina river localities, #MEGALODON features 31 teeth measuring at least 6 inches.
“…once the most fearsome predator to reign the seas.”— Smithsonian / On the Megalodon
Swiss-American geologist Louis Agassiz first describes the megalodon.
British scientist Richard Owen is the first to widely declare the existence of dinosaurs — “immense animals with thick limb bones and strong, reinforced hips.”
Father-son geologists Luis and Walter Alvarez, along with nuclear chemists Frank Asaro and Helen Michel, publish a paper in Science Magazine theorizing that the C-T mass extinction event was caused by an impact from an asteroid the size of San Francisco over 65 million years ago. Megalodons and other ocean-dwelling dinosaur cousin are spared.
A crater is found off the northern coast of the Yucatan peninsula. Over 110 miles wide and 12 miles deep, the Chicxclub crater lends credence to the now-popular theory that the dinosaurs were eradicated in a cataclysmic asteroid impact.
Jurassic Park is released. Directed by Steven Spielberg, inspiring a resurgent interest in dinosaurs and paleontology broadly.
"The Meg" is released in theaters depicting a battle between scientists and a megalodon. #MEGALODON is displayed at the film's local premiere at Harkins Theatres in Tempe, Arizona.
New research suggests that the megalodon went extinct 1 million years earlier than previously thought, placing the giant shark’s extinction at approximately 3.6 million years ago.
Rally enters into an agreement to acquire #MEGALODON and offer it on the Rally platform.
The megalodon was previously believed to have gone extinct 2.6 million years ago, but more recent research suggests that the massive shark likely went extinct 3.6 million years ago at the end of the early Pliocene epoch.Invest Now
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