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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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Free weekend: Overwatch, Gang Beasts and Depth

A 90s Kid - 22 Sep 2017
This is to celebrate the recent Ghouls & Goblins update which introduces a new shark to the game: The Goblin Shark. It has the unique ability that allows it to terrify the divers. The free weekend event will be ending on September 24th and is a Steam ...
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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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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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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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The goblin shark has a slingshot mouth

New Atlas - 11 Aug 2016
The bizarre-looking goblin shark lives in the waters off the coast of Japan, at great depths where prey isn't always plentiful. It's also not a very fast swimmer. So, how does it manage to catch enough to eat? As scientists from Japan's Hokkaido ...
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Shrimper who caught rare goblin shark: "Man, he's ugly!"

CNN - 06 May 2014
He has a face only a mother could love -- a mother who lives 1,000 to 3,000 feet under water and voraciously feeds on live squid and fish. We're talking about a goblin shark -- only the second member of his species ever caught in the Gulf of Mexico ...
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Ten Horrifying Deep Sea Creatures, Ranked

Gizmodo - 17 Apr 2017
The goblin shark is clearly a predator, but other than that, we're pretty much in the dark on its lifestyle. “They're a species we don't know much about at all,” Christopher Bird, a PhD Student in deep sea Shark ecology at the University of Southampton ...
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'Face of a demon': Beastly goblin shark comes up from the deep

Washington Post - 04 Feb 2015
The "creepy" looking beast is said to have "a face of a demon," with a dagger-shaped snout and nail-like fangs that jut out from its extendable jaws. Its skin is pinkish-grey, its body soft and flabby. It's called the goblin shark (Mitsukurina owstoni ...
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How science and technology can help save sharks

Environmental Defense Fund (blog) - 04 Aug 2017
This year, we were amazed by ultrasounds for pregnant hammerhead sharks and measuring a goblin shark's bite. The latest science and technology can also help fishermen seeking other species to avoid sharks, protecting them from a significant source of ...
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Alien of the Deep': Rare Goblin Shark Found off Australia

NBCNews.com - 04 Mar 2015
Think "Jaws" was terrifying? Imagine running into the goblin shark, Mitsukurina owstoni, as it patrolled the pitch-black depths of the ocean. Scientists at the Australian Museum got this handsome specimen from a fisherman who caught it off the coast of ...
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It's always 'shark week' for this William Paterson University team

NorthJersey.com - 24 Jul 2017
William Paterson University professor Martin Becker of Wayne is working with three undergraduate students this summer to compare teeth from a shark found in New Jersey with fossil teeth dating back millions of years. Becker holds teeth from goblin ...

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