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Posted by duddy   January 31, 2013   5963 views

This is the goblin shark, a bizarre and rarely spotted creature found in water deeper than 200 m throughout the world. Very little is known about their life history or reproduction, as encounters with them in their native habitat are incredibly rare. Most specimens are dragged up by deep sea fishers. They are famous for their strangely shaped heads - they have snouts much longer than any other shark, and retractable jaws.

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You forgot the part about how it's jaw comes completely out of its mouth to eat.
Posted on May 26, 2013 by savio
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