How do you connect Shark Week, and the ocean's most fearsome predator, to the land-locked car maker Volkswagen? We invited users to reconnect with the ancient sharks that once roamed the U.S. western interior seaway, an ocean that occupies a large percentage of what American's call home today. All from the comfort of a browser.
Enter any address in the United States to step back in time and meet the prehistoric sharks that roam where you live today.
Google Maps integration that puts you face-to-face with the most powerful predators in history, like the:
HELICOPRION - Although technically a close cousin of sharks, Helicoprion wasn't any less vicious. It swam the ancient oceans over 250 million years ago, and used its terrifying tooth-whorl to slice up its prey and force it down in a single motion. Buckle up, because you're about to come face-to-face with the biggest buzzsaw you've ever seen.