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==History==
 
==History==
 
===''[[Godzilla: Monster Apocalypse]]''===
 
===''[[Godzilla: Monster Apocalypse]]''===
Along with [[Rodan (MA)|Rodan]], Megaguirus, either as a single individual or more, had been attacking and preying on refugees crossing Siberia from Europe, more specifically vicinity to the line of the Trans‐Siberian Railroad.
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Along with [[Rodan (MA)|Rodan]], Megaguirus, either as a single individual or more, had been attacking and preying on refugees crossing to Siberia from Europe, more specifically within the vicinity of the Trans‐Siberian Railroad.
   
In 2036 or later, two refugees were saved from an attack from Megaguirus by [[Exif]]s who shielded the Earthlings from the monster with its unarmed utility space ship for immigrants.
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In 2036 or later, two refugees were saved from an attack by Megaguirus due to [[Exif]] intervention, who shielded the Earthlings from the monster with its unarmed utility space ship for immigrants.
   
 
==Ability==
 
==Ability==
Humanity had hypothesized that flying monsters possibility possessed abilities to control gravity due to physical infeasiblity to achieve flights with their masses and weights.
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Humanity had hypothesized that flying monsters possibly possessed abilities to control gravity due to the physical impossibility to achieve flight with their masse and weight.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Somehow, Megaguirus(es) and Rodan(s) coexisted with in the same regions, something their predecessors wouldn't achieve.
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*Somehow, Megaguirus and Rodan as species coexisted within the same regions, something their predecessors wouldn't achieve.
*Trans‐Siberian Railroad was attacked by Mothra (in a control of aliens) in [[1968]] film ''[[Destroy All Monsters]]''.
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*The Trans‐Siberian Railroad was attacked by Mothra in the [[1968]] film ''[[Destroy All Monsters]]''.
*[[Megaguirus]]'s ancestors were confirmed to inhabit deeper regions of China in [[2000]] film ''[[Godzilla vs. Megaguirus]]'', and is feasible that they once lived nearby areas where Trans‐Siberian Railroad runs today.
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*[[Megaguirus]]'s ancestors were confirmed to inhabit deeper regions of China in the [[2000]] film, ''[[Godzilla vs. Megaguirus]]'', and it's feasible that they once lived in nearby areas where the Trans‐Siberian Railroad runs today.
 
==List of appearances==
 
==List of appearances==
 
*''[[Godzilla: Monster Apocalypse]]'' {{1st}}
 
*''[[Godzilla: Monster Apocalypse]]'' {{1st}}

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The Megaguirus' (メガギラス,   Megagirasu?) of the Planet of the Monsters continuity is a species of giant dragon fly-like kaiju created by Toho that first appeared in Godzilla: Monster Apocalypse, a prequel novelization for the 2017 film, Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters.

History

Godzilla: Monster Apocalypse

Along with Rodan, Megaguirus, either as a single individual or more, had been attacking and preying on refugees crossing to Siberia from Europe, more specifically within the vicinity of the Trans‐Siberian Railroad.

In 2036 or later, two refugees were saved from an attack by Megaguirus due to Exif intervention, who shielded the Earthlings from the monster with its unarmed utility space ship for immigrants.

Ability

Humanity had hypothesized that flying monsters possibly possessed abilities to control gravity due to the physical impossibility to achieve flight with their masse and weight.

Trivia

  • Somehow, Megaguirus and Rodan as species coexisted within the same regions, something their predecessors wouldn't achieve.
  • The Trans‐Siberian Railroad was attacked by Mothra in the 1968 film Destroy All Monsters.
  • Megaguirus's ancestors were confirmed to inhabit deeper regions of China in the 2000 film, Godzilla vs. Megaguirus, and it's feasible that they once lived in nearby areas where the Trans‐Siberian Railroad runs today.

List of appearances

AniGoji continuity
Novel tetralogy
Film trilogy

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