Mitsukurina owstoni (Goblin Shark) found at continental shelf levels to deep sea depths the shelf is where most deep sea commercial fishing is done. Scientific Name: Mitsukurina owstoni Rank: Species Higher classification: Mitsukurina
Why No One Should Mess With The Ocean. At the bottom of the ocean, Every freakfish in the deep sea is just swimming around, chomping on anything it can find.This is a goblin shark and it lives in the pitch-black waters of your nightmares.
Sharks are incredibly unique creatures, and exhibit a surprising diversity of shapes and sizes. Check out these 5 "wacky" sharks - including the infamous Goblin shark! For more about sharks visit Sport Diver magazine online.
Goblin Shark - This extremely rare shark is one bizarre looking creature. Most famous for its extended snout and gruesome teeth, goblin sharks have been found as deep as 4000 feet. They can grow up to 14 feet m) long and weigh 350 lb kg). }}} Shit E
goblin shark image source The goblin shark (Mitsukurina owstoni) is a rare species of deep-sea shark. Sometimes called a “living fossil”, it is the only extant representative of the family Mitsukurinidae, a lineage some.
Real - Goblin Shark - The first image is suspicious but I think it is real. It appears to be of a dead(how long?) specimen with the jaws extended and some shrinking causing the eye to appear strange. Maybe photoshopped but the other images show real sharks. To see the jaws in action, view a Youtube Video.(Look for Goblin Shark) The description is freaky that's why I didn't include a link..........Luckily it lives really deep in the ocean!
Screw the ocean, Growing up to 11 feet long, the Goblin Shark sports a bizarre upper “snout” that acts as an electrical receptor to help it locate prey. It has extendable jaws lined with sharp teeth that pull any prey animals into its mouth.