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Rare Goblin Shark Caught in Gulf of Mexico

National Geographic - 05 May 2014
Moore caught the goblin shark at around 2,000 feet (610 meters) deep. That's on the shallower end of the average depth range for this species, Carlson says: They're usually found between 2,000 and 3,000 feet (610 and 914 meters) deep. That makes it one ...
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'Alien' Shark with Goblin-Like Jaws Hauled Up from the Deep Sea

Live Science - 12 Jan 2018
Imagine this fearsome sight: an ink-black shark with gnarly, needle-like teeth; creepy, glass-like eyes; a glowing belly and a potentially extendable jaw. That's what scientists saw when they pulled up this rare creature, along with four of its pals ...
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'Alien' Monster Sharks Found Near Taiwan

The Epoch Times - 10 Jan 2018
Viper sharks only live in waters near Japan, Taiwan, and Hawaii, the institute wrote. The sharks were described as a new species in 1988 in a paper by Kenji Mochizuki and Fumio Ohe from the University of Tokyo, Aichi Prefecture Education Center. The ...
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Rarely seen viper dogfish caught in Taiwan

Earth Touch News - 10 Jan 2018
Viper dogfish (Trigonognathus kabeyai) are deep-sea dwellers: they have been found 360 metres (about 1000ft) below the surface, but it's possible that they may venture even deeper than this. Most previous catches have occurred at night, which likely ...
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This Is Why No One Should Fuck With Nature

BuzzFeed News - 04 Sep 2017
This super WTF goblin shark. DID YOU KNOW: The goblin shark's creepy long snout acts like a "metal detector Tap to play GIF. Share On facebook Share · Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin · Share On email; Share On link. Share This Link. i.imgur ...
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Shark on Seven Mile Beach species has 'em guessing

Illawarra Mercury - 25 Jul 2017
Grey nurse, goblin, mako and great white are among your top theories of what type of shark was found on Seven Mile Beach recently. The body of the two-metre shark is keeping beachgoers on their toes and anglers guessing as to what species it is. We've ...
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80 Million-Year-Old Living Fossil, the Frilled Shark, Caught

Edgy Labs (blog) - 13 Nov 2017
Researchers working on a European-Union-sponsored project at the Institute for the Sea and Atmosphere off the Algarve coast in Portugal indeed caught a dinosaur-era shark, a rare frilled shark, aboard a trawler. Dubbed as a 'living fossil,' the ...
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Goblin shark video, Greenland shark news

EarthSky - 15 Aug 2016
Two pieces of shark news this week, the first related to a rare species of deep-sea shark called a goblin shark and the second related to Greenland sharks. You can see goblin sharks (Mitsukurina owstoni) in the unprecedented video above, used here by ...
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Sea Serpent-like Shark Dredged From the Deep

Geek - 14 Nov 2017
To be fair, it's highly unlikely that any frilled shark would approach you, much less attempt a bite, but it's just one more creepy thing hiding in waters around the world. What about Goblin Shark? Or blobfish? Or the Gulper Eel? All of it is just too ...
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Sad New Deep Sea Shark Reminds Us We Can't All Be Great Whites

Gizmodo - 26 Jul 2017
The tiger shark patrols the seas alone at night, prepared to eat anything from a bird to a dolphin. The goblin shark live in the ocean's canyons and abysses, grabbing prey by surprise with its extendable jaws. A great white shark can grow as large as a ...
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Shark Week schedule: Your guide to all 18 specials

EW.com (blog) - 15 Jun 2017
There's also a program that examines a showdown between sharks and crocodiles in Australia, and another Down Under-set one that will make a visit to the Isle of Jaws to study the Great White. There's an edition of Alien Sharks that examines something ...
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Goblin Shark Gives a Lesson in Dismantling Your Face to Eat

Discover Magazine (blog) - 17 Aug 2016
The goblin shark is a weird deep-sea creature first discovered off the coast of Japan in 1898. It has a ghoulish appearance, thanks to jaws that can stretch well away from the rest of its head. Scientists have assumed the goblin shark uses this trick ...

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