Hollywood won't stop making Godzilla movies. There will be a few more to come, and then they'll take a break and for a decade maybe, then there will be a new iteration of it. There's no question to it. The question that lingers on is, can Godzilla actually exist?
Vsauce has the answer, and it turns out that if it were real, he would be very high maintenance. Godzilla would need to consume over 215 million calories a day. There's not enough food to go around. Watch the video explaining if he could exist below:
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