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    Rare “Living Fossil” Shark Video From Japan

    James Cameron has nothing on nature. I’d rather go toe to toe with one of the nasties from the Alien films then be swimming and come nose to gnarled snout with one of these…

    The frilled shark (Chlamydoselachus anguineus) can be found in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans at depths of up to 5,000ft. Because it so rarely observed alive little is known about what or how the frilled shark eats. However, scientists theorize that it coils up its body and strikes like a snake.


    photo: Citron

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